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X-RAY 1967 




Profiles and Silhouettes . . . 





Profile of the past . . 

A beginning now obsolete 

A tribute to those who came before 



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Silhouette of the Future . . 



New buildings, new lives. 

Anticipation of things to come. 





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The Present . . . 



Study, practice, and patients 

Turning potential into achievement. 





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clinical practice, 
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Graduation . . . 

Silhouette of Recognition. 



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living. 
Striving toward professionalism 





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Faculty and Administration 





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Profile of the President 



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MCV ... a college of many facets . . . 

Administrators working toward a 

unified goal . . . Foremost profile, 

Dr. R. Blackwell Smith, Jr., 

college president . . . Leadership and 

assistance . . . Board of Visitors 

and the Administrative Council . . . 

Coordination of ideas . . . 

Direction . . . Integration of AACV's 

nine schools . . . One concern; one 

human concern. 




DR. CHARLES P. CARDWELL, JR. 
Vice-President and Director of College Hospitals 




COLONEL JOHN H. HEIL, JR. 
L. DANIEL CROOKS 



Assistant President 
Comptroller 



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FRANKLIN BACONl 



Outstanding silhouettes . . . Deans 

and directors . . . Linking 

administration and students . . . 

Dormitories . . . Loans and 

scholarships . . . Shared 

responsibilities ... A 

harmonious blend of learning 

situations and social 

activities . . . From Visiting 

Scholars to Friday Flicks . 

Something for everyone. 



HARRY R. HESTER Director, Student Housing 





an of Students 



MISS BETTY MORROW 
Assistant Dean of Students 




CHARLES W. HILL Student Financial Aid Officer 



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DR. O. WENDELL CLOUGH 
Assistant Dean, Dentistry 




DR. HOLMES T. KNIGHTON 
Assistant Dean, Dentistry 



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DR. RICHARD L. SIMPSON 
Assistant Dean, Dentistry 



Administrative 

assistants 




DR. JOHN ANDRAKO 
Assistant Dean, Pharmacy 




MISS LENA B. THOMAS 
Educational Director, Medical Technology 



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CARL H. GERHOLD, Technical Director, 
Radiologic Technology 



MISS SUSANNE HIRT, Educational Director, 
Physical Therapy 






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DR. HUNTER H. AAcGUIRE, JR. 
Assistant .Dean, Medicine 




DR. CHARLES M. CARAVAT! 
Assistant Dean, Medicine 



DR. MILES E. HENCH 
Assistant Dean, Medicine 



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DR. WILLIAM R. KAY and MISS EDITH WEST, R.N. 
preparing for office hours 





"Just a little stick 



Therefore trust the physician, 

and drink his remedy in silence and tranquillity: 



Gilbran, The Prophet 



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DR. GLENN R. PRATT 



Religion and Medicine 



Meeting physical and spiritual needs . . , 

Dr. Kay, Director of Student Health, 

and Miss West . . . Outpatients . . . 

Infirmary. . . Preventive health. 

Dr. Pratt, Director of Religious 

Affairs . . . New MCV profile . . . 

Vespers . . . Ethics . . . Religious Unity. 




DR. PRATT . . . background . . . 
Monumental chapel undergoing restoration 



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Dentistry . . . articulation artistry 

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Graduate Studies . . . the problem-solving approach 





Medical Technology . . . diagnostic cues 



MCV, a unified whole . . . 

Teaching, healing, research. 

Faculty: vital, synergetic 

professionals . . . 

in the art of teaching ... in the ever 

expanding practice of medicine ... in 

the exacting process of research. 



Rehabilitation . . . P.T.s, patients and perseverance 



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Pediatrics . . . machines and mothering 



Research ... a thousand attempts for one success 




Administration . . . data processing and the personal touch 



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The Greeks 





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Sigma Zeta 



Honorary Science Society 




OFFICERS: /eff fo righf. Bob Osborn, V. Pres., Randy Davis, Treas., Tom Coniglione, Pres., Carey Gordon, Sec. 



To encourage knowledge of the . . . 

sciences . . . High scholarship 
in science . . . Founded nationally . . . 

1925 . . . Gamma chapter . . . MCV 
1927 . . . 1966-67 . . . Thirty active 

members . . . Membership tripled by 
new members . . . Medicine, dentistry. 

Pharmacy, Nursing . . . Honored 
at banquet in spring 



Nancy Berger 
Carl Bivens 
Keith Blevins 
Donna Burner 
John Buscigllo 
Donna Clark 
Thomas Coniglione 
James Davis 
Carl Friedman 
AAary Ellen Garrett 
Carey Gordon 
Ruth Gorham 
Donald Hunt 
Charles James 
Kyle Kiesau 



MEMBERS 
Myron Levine 
Carol Love 
Russell McAllister 
Reuben McBrayer, Jr. 
Donald Mowles 
Robert Osbon 
Cave Perry 
Patricia Richardson 
Alan Richter 
Gilbert Robertshaw 
Lucy Townsend 
Joyce Turpin 
Paul Van Oslenberg 
Wlllard Wentz 



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OFFICERS: left /o right: Rufus Gordon, Vice-pres. 
Worrell, President, Lucy Townsend, Secretary 



Nancy Berger, Treasurer, Pat 



Alpha 
Sigma 
Chi 

Honorary Leadership 
Society 

Honorary leadership . . . 

Organized 1938 .. . 
Members selected from . . . 

Schools of Dentistry . . . 
Medicine, Nursing and . . . 

Pharmacy on the basis . . . 
of leadership and character . 

Strives to create a spirit 
of fellowship in hopes that 

spirit will be carried into 
their respective graduate 

professional relationships. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

William Blaylock 
Philip Brandt 
Donna Burner 
Thomas Coniqiione 
Randy Davis 
James Glore 
Carey Gordon 
Owen Graves 
Carole Hack 
James Hickman, Jr. 
Shirley Hillers 
Jay Holdren 
Gilbert Robertshaw 
Ronald Smith 
Roland Stecher 
Rose Tate 
Keith Walker 
Joseph Wimberly, Jr. 
Charles Zaglin 



PLEDGES 

James Adams 
Hayden Allen 
Pamela Bergstrom 
Nancy Bitner 
Linda Coble 
Danny Counts 
Russell Cummings, Jr. 
Thomas Day, Jr. 
Helen Gordon Spicer 
William Jennings 
Kyle Kiesau 
Robert Kirkman 
Faye Kuhn 
Asa Lee III 
Margaret Maddex 
Jane Scott 
Janine Sherfy 
Harvey Silverman 
Linda Staffon 
John Tabb, Jr. 
Wendy White 
Harvey Woodruff III 



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Rho Chi 

Honorary Pharmacy 
Fraternity 



OFFICERS, left to right: James W. Davis, Pres., Donna Clarl<, Sec, Lucy Townsend, Historian, 
Philip D. Davis, Vice-pres. 



Promoting pharmaceutical 

science . . . through 
encouragement . . . intellectual 

achievement . . . 
Undergraduates . . . graduates 

faculty members . . . 
Increase ethical and social 

response of the 
profession . . . Lambda 

Chapter-M. C. V. 
Chapter . . . Research 

seminars . . . Annual 
banquet . . . May initiation 

of new members . . . 
'Scholarly fellowship. 



MEMBERS 

James W. Davis 

Lucy Townsend 
Donna Clark 
Philip R. Davis 
Richard Allen 
Archie Beebee 
Danny Micheau 



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Alpha Omega Alpha 

Honorary Medical Fraternity 



OFFICERS 

Gilbert E. Robertshaw, Pres. 
Reuben McBrayer, Jr., Vice Pres. 
Kyle Kiesau, Treasurer 
Thomas C. Coniglione, Sec. 



Brown Sequard Chapter . . . 

Founded by William Branch Porter . . . 1940 , 
Aims . . . highest ethical and professional 
Standards 
Students . . . faculty . . . alumni ... of highest 

scholarship . . . personal honesty . . . 

potential leadership . . . 
Annual initiation ceremony . . . address by 
a distinguished member of the medical 

profession. 
Formal banquet . . . John Marshall Hotel . . . 
Welcome new members . . . Alumni. 



SENIOR PLEDGES 

Russell G. McAllister, Jr. 
Myron M. Levine 
Carl H. Blvens, Jr. 
Carol Harlow 
J. David Perry 
Charles N. James 
Thomas J. Gates 
Ernest N. Mistr 
John R. Wolfe 



JUNIOR PLEDGES 

Ed Butts 
Wllber Nixon 
Ken Holden 
Bob Baker 



Phi Delta Epsilon 

Professional Medical Fraternity 



Phil Gordon 
Charles Goodman 
Peter Left 
Myron Levine 
Taylor Greenberg 
Maurice Novick 
Barton Cohen 
Brian Dorsk 
Henry Alperin 
John Coan 
Jack Yaffa 
Phil Okun 
Sheldon Markowitz 
Dick Layton 
Steve Carmel 
Phil Dascher 
Alan Ganderson 
Marvin Zelkowitz 
Elliot Familant 



Scholastic Achievement . . . 

Medical ethics . . . 
Student-faculty-alumni contact . . . 

Aaron Brown Memorial lecture . . . 
Guest lecturers . . . Homer Smith . . . Fredric 

Silverman . . . William Schwartz . . . Robert 
Huelper 

April lecturer . . . Ben Eisman . . . Univer- 
sity of Kentucky 

District conclave . . . alumni and guests 
Fall cocktail party ... Dr. Arnold Salzberg 

Annual Aaron Brown Scholarship . . . super- 
ior scholastic achievement 

Pursuit of knowledge . . . furtherance of 
fellowship . . . 



OFFICERS 
W. Taylor Greenberg . . . Pres. 
Richard Layton ... V. Pres. 
Steven Carmel . . . Sec. 




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CAROL HAHLOW- 1967 <*^ TRINA KLANE - l%» 

JENNIFER CUmt-m') MUKIEl E.JONES -196') 

PANACEA CHAPTER 

American Medical Woman's Association 

^ ^^ J UME E PATTON-1969 

^^^^V Pres/ctent 

^^^^ BETTY YEH-1969 6AIL LVNCK-1969 

y,ce-Pres'</t>rt- Secretary 

EMILV L.PARR-1969 Dr.SUSAN JMELLEHE 

Treasurer Sponsor 

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SHARON SUR&AN-I970 CHARLOTTE 8.llcC<JTCHEN-l970 

VIRWNIA BOYD-1970 ANN McFARWNEIJTO 

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SUSAN SeiMMAN-1970 MAIINE SOLOMAN-1970 #. 4 ' •!< J • 

"Prre'OVERMAN-1970 CAROLL. THOMAS- 1»70 J[ , t 

AOEIE NOBLE -mo PEBUE COILONY-NTO 



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Alpha 
Kappa 
Kappa 



National Medical 
Fraternity 




The Pres. and V.P. confer 



As Toynbee once wrote; "History is a stern 
taskmaster. You cannot yield to her whims or 
know the dark corridors of her world without 
having witnessed the awful truth of her pres- 
ence. So know ye the past, or watch out." 

Taking the tip, perhaps a brief review of the 
history of the Alpha Kappa Chapter of the 
Alpha Kappa Kappa National Medical Fraternity is 
in order, for our past is indeed glorious, and ye 
may learn much indeed by knowing it. 

It all started back in 1 866, when young 
Beauregard Ravenel returned from the Third 
Virginia Fusiliers to complete his medical 
education which had been rudely interrupted 
by the War. Beauregard, who still walked with 
a slight limp due to some shrapnel embedded 
in his left quadriceps femoris, rented an 
attic apartment above old man Thalhimer's 
general store on Clay Street, within easy 
limping distance of the School. 

The summer stayed late that year, and 
even into late October and early November, the 
grass remained green, and the leaves 
refused to fall. Many were the times when, 
after a hard day in the sweltering labs. 
Beau and his chums would gather up their rifles, 
then off they would go to ambush a few of the 
pesty squirrels that infested the wooded area 
in front of the State Capitol. Whenever they 
invited Herb Tareyton, the president of Beau's 
third-year class, who was well-known to be a 
great wit (and a ladies' favorite), he would 
always reply with, "Say, that's a Capitol idea!" 
and everyone would laugh at the pun, including 
Beau, who was not lacking for wits either. 



Well, the summer dragged on, and everyone 
including good-natured Beau was getting 
pretty fed up with the weather when it hit 
ninety-two on Christmas Day. Most of the 
squirrels had been shot long since, there 
by making that Christmas recess rather dull. 
Occasionally, for lack of anything better 
to do, the lads would gather down at Ed Poe's 
house and coax that strange fellow into read- 
ing his poetry to them. He was an odd one, 
that chap, but always entertaining, and his 
Amontillado was superb. 

When school reconvened in February, Beau 
decided to organize a club to provide some 
regular entertainment for himself and his 
friends. They decided to call the club the 
Alpha Kappa Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Kappa 
National Medical Fraternity (Akcotakknmf). 
And that, as I said before, is the way it 
all started, back there in 1 866 when good ol' 
Beauregard Ravenel returned from the Toynbee 
to shoot some squirrels . . . 



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Our Pledge Class 
OFFICERS 



President; J. Richard Hickman 
V. Pres; Robert L. Vermillion 
Treasurer; James B. Hess 
Rec. Secretary: Grayson Miller 
Warden: Walter Kilby 
Corresponding Sec. Jack Ostrich 



Marshall: Jerry Martin 
Chaplain: Ray Walker 
Historian: Hal Weiler 
Social Chairman: Robert L. 
Vermillion, Drury Stith 



MEMBERSHIP 
T. Abernathy 
R. Allen 
R. Atkinson 
J. Bagley 
A. Baker 
C. Bivens 
W. Blaylock 
P. Bowles 
J. Brown 
S. Brown 
J, Burgbacher 
W. Burner 
E. Burton 
E. Butts 
J. Byers 
S. Cenedella 
A. Clairmont 
G. Cohen 
T. Coniglione 
R. Copenhaver 
W. Credle 
T. Day 
R. Dean 
W. Eddins 
P. Finelli 
J. Fisher 
E. Fuller 
J. Gibbs 



P. Goodman 
M. Hakala 
S. Hamilton 
K. Hanger 
J. Harkrader 
G. Hatch 
S. Heatwole 
J. Hellman 
H. Henderson 

B. Henry 
J. Hess 

J. Hickman 
W. Hobbs 
K. Holden 
J. Holimon 
M. Horenstein 

C. Huber 
G. Keeney 

D. Kells 
W. Kilby 
K. King 
R. Kohler 
G. Lavoie 
P. Layman 

A. Lewis 
G. Long 

B. MacDonald 
T. Mann 

J. Martin 



R. McBrayer 
J. Melton 
J. Meyer 
R. Miles 
G. Miller 
E. Mistr. 
J. Moll 

J, Montgomery 
E' Moore 
D. Moseley 

B. Nelson 
R. Nicholls 
S. Niesen 
J. Nuckols 
G. Ogle 

J. Ostrich 

C. Pascarosa 
R. Patton 

D. Perry 
R. Pollock 
R. Ramsey 
G. Robertson 
D. Robinson 
D. Rogers 

D. Rollins 

E. Rose 

E. Royster 
R. Sachno 
B. Schorr 



J. Sharpe 

B. Seckel 
R. Smith 

W. Spencer-Strong 

C. Stanley 

D. Stith 

T. Thompson 
J. Thorn 
K. Towne 
H. Turner 
R. Vermillion 
R. Walker 
D. Walton 
H. Weiler 
J. Wells 
G. White 
N. White 
H. Widener 
L. Wilkins 
S. Willett 

D. Williams 
W. Williamson 
R. Withrow 
W. Wolfe 

F. Wray 

E. Wulfsberg 
T. Yates 

J. Zelenak 



PLEDGES 
M-l 

B. Benazzi 

A. Brantley 
J. Cohen 

J. Doncan 

C. Elliot 
J. Gilliam 
S. Hanna 
T. Hooker 
F. Horton 
L. Keim 

E. Larkin 

B. Long 

B. Nuckols 

F. Marks 

C. Maxwell 
J. Mosely 
J. Piland 
H. Rekate 
J. Reynods 
J. Shaw 

B. Sigafoes 
J. Sorrow 
N. Stronach 
M. Thames 

D. Tomko 
J. Turner 

C. Yarbrough 



M-ll 

E. Crouch 
P. Gustman 
T. Sakowski 
S. Grubb 

M. Lichtenburg 
T. Keenan 

F. Phillips 
L. Owens 
A. Gellman 



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Phi Chi 

National 
Medical 
Fraternity 



OFFICERS: \efi to right; 

Sitting: Rufus Gordon, Pres. 

Standing: William Higgs, Treas. 

Peter Wick, Rush Chairman 
Rudolph Raymaker, Rec. Sec. 




Social . . . professional activities 

Spring, fall picnics . . . 
December cocktail-dinner-theater 

party at the Barn . . . After 
Initiation dance . . . Hotel Richmond 

Annual Breakfast , . . in honor of 
incoming Freshman . . . Richmond Academy 

of Medicine Cocktail Party . . . 
sponsored and catered by Wives' Club 
"Rush Season" . . . combo parties . . . 
stag smoker . . . Guest Lecturers series . . . 

leading men of medicine . . . 
Wives Club . . . fall coffee party . . . 

bridge party . . . lectures on 
furniture antjqueing, flov^er 

arranging . . . P.H.T. Diplomas 



J. Altobelli 
J. Ayers 

C. Beorn 
J. Cametas 
B. Cathey 
T. Gates 

R. Gordon 
S. Grandis 
W. Higgs 
S. Irwin 
W. Jennings 
W. Johnson 

B. Kemper 

D. Kessei 
K. Kiesau 
S. Kramer 
S. Marcus 

R. McAllister 
J. Nuara 
D. Polster 
M. Prugh 
D. Pryor 

C. Raff 

R. Raymaker 
G. Robertshaw 




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"Members . . . Wives . . . Good Friends" 



"Wally . . . frugs" 




The Fall Picnic 




37 



Delta 
Sigma 
Delta 



National Dental 
Fraternity 



OFFICERS: 

E. J. Bowen 
Danny Grable 
Carmen Prior 
Ken Bowman 




MEMBERS 



First Dental Fraternity . . . 1882 
Fraternal Cooperation . . . scientific, 

ethical, professional progress. 
To gain men of like minds and common 

aspirations 
Omicorn Omicorn Chapter . . . 

Successful year . . . packed house monthly 
parties . . . achieve wives club. 

Dr Green talks on trip on Good Ship 
Hope . . . 

Dr. Flipper takes over for Dr. Edwards . . . 
Christmas provisions for family of nine . . . 

Seniors look forward to Supreme 
Chapter of D.S.D. 




J. Adams 
G. Alexander 
W. Armentrout 
G. Bang 
J. Baughcome 

D. Bolick 

E. Bowen 
K. Bowman 
J. Bronson 

. Bryant 
J. Busciglio 

C. Carroll 

A. Colasanto 
J. Crockett 

D. Dayf^i 
J. Ebyf 

C. Ehle' 
R. Fernadez 

D. Francis 
R. Fuller 
D. Gardner 
W. Gares 
C. Gary 
C. Glenn 




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The Delta Sigs 
If she doesn't get off my head, this bottle goes on her head. 



The Twist is out but our Pres. is in. 





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Psi Omega 



National Dental Fraternity 



Largest national Dental Fraternity 
Aims . . . 

Cultivate social qualities of 
members . . . 

Surround each member with friends . . . 
journal to keep its members in touch . . . 

Assist members in all laudable 
undertakings 
Advancement of the Dental Profession 

teaching . . . practice . . . jurisprudence 

Regular monthly meetings . . . 
Feature guests speakers . . . 

Monthly parties . . . costume . . . novelty . . . 
"Country and Western get together" 

Fine new pledge group . . . 
For the betterment of those who 

seek the D.D.S. degree 





MEMBERS ^ 


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SENIORS 


R. Heltzel 


JUNIORS^ 


' R. Stecher 


L. Adams 


D. Hunt 


P. Browne 


J. Thompson 


H. C. Baker 


A. Hemingway 


L. demons 


T. Tompkins 


P. Beartie 


J. Lacy 


J.Gills 


R. Traynham 


H. Bozard 


C. McGahee 


C. Lindahl 


B. Watterson 


G. Brooks 


B. Ravenel 


D. McKinney 


L. Webb 


B. Brown 


G. Roque 


S. Napoli 


H. Woodruff 


C. Cox 


E. Ross 


H. Plaster 


C. Zaglin 


J. Cumbey 


H. Selden 


W. Richardson 




J. Dalness 


L. Shepard 


W. Riddle 




C. Dean 


D. Smith 


T. Riley 




T. Edwards 


R. Smith 


H. Sargent '' 




J. Glore 


C. Snidow 


J. Sawicki 




C. Harris 


W. Wentz 


W. Simpson 






The Brotherhood 



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SENIORS 
B. Burnette 
L. Gordon 
J. AAcElveen 
H. Rawls III 
W. Walker 
JUNIORS 
W. Falls 
J. Gilbert 
L. Hinson 
J. Hodge 
E. Howe 
D. Keith 
L. Miller 
R. Reid 



PLEDGES 

F. Renick 
J. Semones 
R. Shannon 
R. Tankersley 
E. Vaught 
N. Wyss 
SOPHOMORES 
H. Allen 
T. Berry 
R. Bethea 
I. Bishop 
L. Brooks 
S. Brown 
J. Chairsell 
J. Doley 



E. Foretich 
C, Harmon 
S. Heard 
E, Horton 
C. Johnson 
A. Padgett 
S. Parel 
W. Parks 
J. Philips 
T. Ranson 
J. Repass 
G. Shuert 
T. Smith 
J. Straub 



The Pledges 





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The Country Western Get Together 



Senior Paper Panic 



Man, your dates flat as a board 





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Alpha 
Omega 

National Dental 
Fraternity 




OFFICERS: \eU to right: A. I. Burch, Pres., W. B. Winnick, V.Pres., M. D. Miller, Treas., R. C. 
Haves, Rec. Sec, J. Levin, T. Sec. 



1966-67 . . . largest membership 

Fall Kickoff . . . pledges 
are welcomed . . . Crown and Bridge 

Prosthesis Clinic for 
sophomore members . . . alumni . . . 

Outstanding lecturers . . . 
Dr. Irish ... Dr. Eshleman . . . 

Dr. Peskin . . . Clinics with 
Richmond Alumni Chapter . . . 

Annual spring dinner dance . . . 
Awards presentation . . . 

Lakeside Country Club . . . 
Educationally oriented. 




MEMBERS 




Robert Alperin 
, JWartin Baloff 
Irwin Becker 
Barry Behrens 
Sheldon Blum 
Jim Borovay 
Allen Burch 
Stephen Burch 
Lee Casler 
Stephen Chase 
Mat Cole 
Harry Conn 
Howard Duchon 
Jerry Duckor 
Carl Friedman 
Arthur Glick 



Richard Hayes 
Michael Hunter' 
Jeffrey Levin 
Jerry Levy 
Marshall Miller^i 
Paul Plasky : 
Drake Regent 
Allen Richter . 
Harry Selman 
Sol Schwartz 
Peter Sobel 
John Sootin 
Pete Trager 
Byron Verkauf 
Mark Winnick 
Edward Woodi 



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Monthly frat meeting at AA.E.l 



The AO boys in clinic 



Initiation of new members. 




Peridontics Clinic 





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OFFICERS: left to right Janis Croes— Corr. Sec, Stephanie Fajans— Chaplain, Peggy Maddex— Vice Pres., Lucy Kate Townsend- 
President, Peggy Daniels— Rec. Sec, Linda Gale Cohen— Historian Ginny Clark— Treasurer 



Kappa Epsilon 



National Pharmaceutical Fraternity 



Tau Chapter-chartered March 20, 1963 . . . 
To unite women students in pharmacy . . 

To stimulate scholarship . . . profess- 
ional consciousness . . . teaching loyalty 

and friendship. 

Fall picnic— a welcome to new students. 

Christmas party with Phi Delta Chi for 
underprivileged children . . . 

Traditional Spring Banquet— election 
and installation of new officers . . . 



MEMBERS -' 

Jo Ann Butterfield 
Paula Campbell 
Donna Clark 
Virginia Clark 
Linda Cohen 
Janis Croes 
Peggy Daniels 
Stefanie Fajans 
Mary Ellen Garrett 
Carey Blair Gordoi 
Sidney Hardy 
Tina Helfert 
Marty Kessel 
Judy Lillard 
Peggy Maddex 
Faye McDaniel 
Anita Osborne 
Lee Stanton 
Teresa Taylor 
Lucy Townsend ' 

Judy Morris 



PLEDGES 

Ginger Branscomb 
Margaret Bull 
Gail Fields 
Vivian Harris 
Sue Holloway 
Priscilla Hulbert 
Judy Lifland 
Patricia McDonald 
Joanne Milan 
Joan Morgan 
Dina Southern 
Nancy Traynham 




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Santa brings joy to both the young and not so 
young 



Santa was nice to that boy— I hope he remembers I wanted a blonde; 
not a red head this year . . . 



CREED 
K nowledge 
A pplied to 
P rescriptions with 
P recision while 
A spiring to be 

E fficient 

P harmacists 

S cience and 

I ntelligent 

L eadership in our 

O bligations to the 
N ation 




,*) Kappa 
Epsilon 




We are all islands. 



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OFFICERS: left to right, Back row; James Davis, Recording Secretary, Danny Walls, Corresponding Secretary, Jim Gregg, Master 
of Arms, Fronf row, Jim Bailey, President, Boyd Clements, Treasurer, Chuck Hutcheson, Inner Guard, Larry Harting, Vice Presi- 
dent. 



Pb/ Delta Chi 



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National Pharmaceutical Fraternity 
For the advancement of the science 

of pharmacy . . . 
Promotion of fraternal spirit . . . 

First professional fraternity 
for the pharmacist . . . 

MCV . . . Alpha Delta Chapter- 
Projects . . . painting and refur- 
nishing the Hugh Mercer Apoth- 
ecary Shop . . . historical interest 

in Fredericksburg . . . 
Christmas party . . . with Kappa Ep- 

silon . . . for Children's Home . . . 
Honorary faculty members ... Dr. 

Werner Lowenthal . . . Kenneth Rose 
Back-to-school Dance ... a welcome 

to new and old students . . . 
Formal banquet and dance . . . planned 

for May . . . brothers . . . pledges . . 
Fraternity . . . unity . . . friendship . . . 



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Front row (L-R) Chuck Hutcheson, Danny Walls, Boyd Clem- 
ents, Jim Bailey, Larry Harting, Jim Davis, Bill Shaver, Jim 
Gregg. 

Second row (L-R) Dwight Miller, Bobby Bailey, Martin Taylor, 
Martin Freedman, Royal Moser, George Brittle, Andy John- 
son, Don Mowler. 

Third row (L-R) Tom Flax, Ken Hall, Tom Williams, Chuck 
Engle, Joe Russo, Allen Butterfield, Ed Clements. 



Fourth row (L-R) Archer Baskerville, Hunter Murphey, Roger 

Fonty, Bob Allen, Richard Lakes, Williams Garnett. 

Fifth row (L-R) Tom Matthews, Sam Flory, Tom Lee, Wayne 

Harris, Joe Suarey, Bob Taylor. 

Sixth row (L-R) Doug Stone, David Kirby, Steve Silverman, 

Nabil Habra, Ed Cundiff, David Shanahan, Kirby Blevins. 

Not pictured, Ted Schorman, Bruce Steffen, Bernie Weiss. 





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OFFICERS: left to right. Back row-Regent-W. Russell Rogers, 3rd Vice Regent-E. Kenneth Hawley, Secretary-Harold H. Hara- 
way, Treasurer-Phillip D. Richards-front row-Chaplain-Wendell G, Hayne, 1st Vice Regent— G. Roger Akers, 2nd Vice Regent 
—Robert H. Gardiner, Historian— Roney S. Rogers 



Kappa Psi 



Founded in New Haven . . . 1879 

Theta Chapter . . . M.C.V. . . . Chartered 1904 

Responsibilities to fraternity ... to brotherhood . . 

to the college ... to fellow students . . . 

to the profession . . . 
Develop men with a finer sense of values . . . 
Encourage scholarship . . . integrity . . . leadership 

service . . . 
Broaden outside interests . . . extracurricular 

activities . . . 
33 active members ... 30 new pledges . . . 
Kappa Psi . . . Prominent in School of 
Pharmacy. 



National Pharmaceutical Fraternity 

MEMBERS: 



G. Akers 
W. Chaney 

D. Counts 

J. Courtney III 
P. Davis 
G. Eubank 
R. Gardiner 
J.Gill 
A. Gunn 
H. Haraway 

E. Hawley 
W. Haynie 
L. Heath 
R. Martin 
S. Masters 
J. McKenny 
J. Neal 

H. Pack 
R. Pack 
R. Pyles 
P. Richard 

F. Roberts 
W. Rodgers 
R. Robinson 
R. Rogers 

S. Scarbrough 
W. Shaner 
E. Smith 
J. Tabb 
M. Thompson 
W. Walker 
J. Wharton 
P. Wood 



PLEDGES: 

G. Armstrong 
P. Beck 
M. Brannan 
E. Brown 
L. Childress 
E. Cox 

R. Cummings 
S. Cohen 
W. Deans 
W. Domby 
T. Evans 
J. Hawks 
R. Ingram 
L. Harris 
G. Knott 
H. MacDonald 
W. Merchant 
T. Musgrove 
G. Noe 
J. Plantz 
S. Porter 
D. Stanley 




F. Yancy 



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Fraternities 

Parties . . . 

Some worthwhile 

projects . . . 
Regular meetings . . . 

Personal attainment . . . 
brotherhood 

A sense of 

belonging . . . 

The Greeks 




They're right! Things (ETOH) go better with Coke! 



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Organizations 
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Activities 




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OFFICERS, left to right: Nabil Azzam, President; Jody Wimberly, Vice-President;. Linda Coble, Secretary; Danny Counts, Treas- 
urer. 



Student Council 



The hub of our student organization . . . 

Where students learn another phase of life 
Self-government . . . 

Revisions for the future . . . 
Busy officers . . . 

And meetings, meetings, meetings . . . 
Porter auditorium . . . 

"May I have your attention" . . . 
And next year . . . 

It starts again . . . 




Nabil . . . The President 



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Ron Abernathy 
George Armstrong 
Dick Atkinson 
Carol Bivens 
Joan Black 



William Blaylock 
Phillip Brandt 
Dick Caldwell 
Steve Cenedela 
J. F. Chairsell 



Cathy Clarke 
Linda Coble 
Tom Coniglione 
Danny Counts 
Robert Cummings 



Danny Dean 
Mike Edwards 
Cheryl Gary 
Pete Goodman 
Stan Heatwole 



Jamison Holdren 
A. B. Lee 
Patti Little 
Thompson Mann 
Judy Marsella 



Richard Matthews 
Kathleen Mays 
L. B. McNeely 
Grayson Miller 
Janet Nolan 



Marijke Pieter 
Roney Rogers 
Eli Rose 

Carolyn Satterfield 
Jane Scott 



Maxine Solomon 
R. T. Traynam 
Ann Wheeler 
Wendy White 
Phineas L. Wood 



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Visiting 

Lecturers 

Committee 




Leonard Carmicheal 

Sponsored by University Center in Virginia 

Co-chairmen . . . Charles Beorn . . . Madison Cummings . • . 

Prominent personages from all over the continent . . . 

the world 
Leonard Carmicheal . . . "Is the Monkey Really our 

ancestor . . . 
KortVonSchuschnigg . . . "Perspectives of World War I . . . 

World War II 
Claudia Tchekov . . . "Archaeology for Non archaelogists" . . . 
Lord Moran . . . Churchill's physician . . . and biographer . . . 
Thomas Park Hughes . . . "Technical Change" . . . 
Ferenc Nagy . . . former premier of Hungary . . . 

"The Crisis in Southeast Asia and Its 
Effect on Central-Eastern Europe" 

Mortimer Adier ... The Difference of Man and the Difference It Makes' 
Dr. James Foy . . . "Vincent Van Gogh; "The Crisis in Identity" 

People with something to say. 



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Interfaith Committee 



A New Chaplain-Dr. Glen Pratt 
Visiting lecturers . . . 

The controversial Bishop Pike visits . . . 

Campus Vespers every Wednesday . . 
The New Morality . . . 

We grew through others 
Promotion . . . Brotherhood 

Sought . . . Unity of Spirit . . . 
Approach . . . wholistic 




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Under the capable leadership of 
John Fisher . . . 

Practice . . .. practice . . . practice . . . 

Singing engagements . . . E.G.W. Psychiatry Ward 

Va. Hospital . . . Campus Vespers . . . 
Nursing Student Association . . . Senior Citizens 

Center . . . Highland Park Community Center 

Favorite selections . . . The HaWs of Ivy . . . 

My Fair Lady Medley . . . The Creation . . . 
Camelot . . . 
Nursing students ... the groups best asset. 



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One of the picturesque fireplaces in the Alumni House. 



Minnie Franck . . . Secretary 

The Scarab . . . alumni association 
monthly publication 

Members from all schools . . . 
medicine . . . dentistry . . . 
pharmacy . . . nursing . . . 
physical therapy . . . 
graduate studies . . . 

Headquarters . . . Maury House 
on Leigh 

Sponsor alumni reunions . . . 
in every state . . . 

Linking the past to the 

present . . . and the future. 



MCV 

Alumni 
Association 



The Maury House 




X-Ray 
Staff 



Editor-in-Chief . . . Carole A. Hack 
Photography Editor . . . Bob Alperin 
Assistant Editor . . . Brenda Oakes 
Business Manager . . . Sharon Tarpley 

Announcing the arrival of the X-Ray annual 
Born May 1 5, 1 967 . . . Conceived in good 
hope and high aspirations . . . planned 
parenthood . . . carried through days of 
frustration and hard v^ork . . . delivery 
performed by many capable assistants . . . 
OUR BABY!! 





EDITOR STAFF: left to right: Shirley Atchley, Physical Therapy; Ruth Fleet, 
Nursing; Linda Coble, Medicine; Ann Coleman, Hospital Administration and 
Graduate Studies; Gail Wine, Radiology; Linda Staffon Honoraries and 
Fraternities: seated, Carol Pendleton, Pharmacy; Mary Lindamood, Medical 



Brenda Oakes, ASSISTANT EDITOR 





Some of the many capable assistants 



PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: left to right: Philip LaKernick, Bob Alperin, Harcid 
Weiler. 



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Technology; Carol Love, Organizations 
and Activities; Dixie Moore, Dentistry; 
Patty Richardson, Publicity. 





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BUSINESS STAFF: \eh 1o right, Nancy Bitner, Carol Lewis, Sharon Tarpley, 
Daphne Owen 



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Christmas 
Dance 



The Mosque . . . December 17, 1966 
Billy Butterfield and crew . . . 

A social committee triumph . . . 
Celebrating the season with 

dancing . . . drinking . . . drinking . . 
drinking . . . 





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Religious 
Activities 

A Monumental . . . Spiritual . . . 
aspect of Campus life . . . 

Baptist Student Union . . . 
Wesley Foundation . . . 

Westminster Fellowship . . . 
Hillel Society . . . 

Newman Apostolate . . . Diversi- 
fied religious doctrines . . . 

One goal . . . 




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real patient . . . 





This dentist bit is sure hard on the waist line. 




Snow along with a snow job. 



Isn't this the place where the chief traced that case of enteritis to the french 
fries? 



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Card game between classes 
A snack at the Skull . . . 

Romps in the snow . . . 
Pets and other animals . . 

And always romance . . . 



I wonder if it's worfli fighting that everyday 
just to get to MCV? 




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sports. 



For that well-rounded education . . . 

MCV acquires tennis courts . . . that sense of possession . . . 
Intramurals at the Navy Hill . . . 

Basketball . . . volleyball . . . tennis . . . football . . . bowling 
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Christmas 



The student nurses hold a party . . . 

Carols around the piano . . . 
Hospital Administration celebrates with 

dinnerdeluxe . . . 
Yule spirit abounds . . . 

Sights of the season . . . snow . . . snow 
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Study 

Of facts we read . . 

An endless cycle 
Of sleepless nights 

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To reach the goal . . 

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The practice before the patients . . . 

Aerospace medicine at hAOJl 
The M-1 's and the Levine tubes . . . 

Graduate students and the complex 
equations . . . 

Dents pumicing . . . 
Pharmacy students and Med techs 

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Hospital 



Application of all our learning ... at 

last 
Dental students try their hand at oral 

surgery . . . 
Wards . . .medicine . . . surgery . . . 

ob . .■ . peds 
Clinics . . . the long wait . . . 

Code Blue . . . the ultimate in 
team work . . . 



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MCV's Flower Lady 





"Joe" 




The old man and his dog 



The Guys at the Skul 



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Familiar Faces 





The Nursing Wheels 




Steve . . . Readers' Assistant 



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Familiar 
Places 



Joe's ... a gourmet's delight . . 

The lounge at the men's dorm 
Diesel Apartments— alias Roach 

Manor . . . 
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This is the way we live . . . 

This is the way we think . . . 

This is the way we feel . . . 
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The Kids at Diese 



The Wife's Place 



Married Life 

Diesel barracks or 
Jarrett Apartments 

Working wives or student 

wives . . . 
Poverty and Parties . . . 
Commuting . . . VW . . . Honda 

or Station Wagon . . . 
Always needed . . . babysitters . 

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Kids . . . mud . . . togetherness 




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Jim and Beverly Davis 
Roz and Barry in the kitchen 



Bobby Gore walks that well-worn path 




Romantic artistry 





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Dorm Life 



The latest in fashions . . . and hair . . . 

All the comforts of home? . . . Weekends away 

Waiting for the mail . . . and that phone call!!! 

The new girls dorm . . . 
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STUDENT AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OFFICERS, left to right: Harrison Turner, President; Edward Lilly, Vice-President; 
Floyd Atkins, Secretary; Giles Robertson, Treasurer. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OFFICERS, left to 
right: Thomas Day, Secretary-Treasurer; Eli 
Rose, President; Rufus Gordon, Vice-Presi- 
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, left to right: John Bagley, Social Chairman,- William Blaylock, President; Kyle Kiesau, Vice-Presi- 
dent; William Jennings, Secretary-Treasurer. 



"Don't worry^those grades don't count!" . . . 
"The questions are the same— the answers just 
changed!" ... "A pheo what?" . . . Who's con- 
taminated? If you say so, Mrs. Englehart!" . . . 
"Let's play another hand— the patients can wait!" 
. . . "I'm definitely interested in being a pedia- 
trician—this month!" . . . "Gentlemen, you're 
definitely the brightest group we've ever had at 
this institution" . . . "Of course the new curriculum 
has already had this material— I" . . . "There's no 
question about it, she's only two cms. dilated— 
it's a boy, huh?" . . . Anybody cutting pharma- 



cology lab automatically gets a 'D'." . . . "Will 
somebody please wake Dr. Nelson, Dr. Arrington's 
lecture ended an hour ago!" . . . "Good morning. 

Dr. Fisher," SILENCE . . . "Not your head. 

Son, just your hand!" . . . Those immortal words 
of our first and second years— "I haven't cracked 
a book all week!" . . . Freshman to Senior— "Who's 
King David? . . . "General, how do you crank this 
chaitup?" . . . "Mrs. Jones said that the Skull and 
Bones was low bidder— and the SMA was three 
hundred and twenty-fifth! 



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JOHN ANTHONY ALTOBELLI 
Brooklyn, New York 
New York City Community 

College, A.A.S. 
Brooklyn College, B.S. 

Phi Chi, Vice-President, 2; Student American Medical 
Association; A. D. Wilhams Fellowship Award, 1, 2; 
Class Secretary-Treasurer, 1 . 

JOHN JOSEPH BAGLEY, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical As- 
sociation; Class Historian; MCV Social Committee Co- 
Chairman. 



ALTON WADE BAKER 
Columbia, Tennessee 
David Lipscomb College 
University of Tennessee, B.A. 



Alpha Kappa Kappa; Stude 
sociation; Basketball. 



American Medical As- 



CHARLES FREDERICK BEORN 
Parkersburg, West Virginia 
West Virginia University, A.B. 

li Chi, Treasurer; Visiting Lecturers Comn 



CARL HILL BIVINS, JR. 
Alderson, West Virginia 
Princeton University, A.B. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; Student Council, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM AAcGEHEE BLAYLOCK 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Chi; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Vice-Presi- 
dent, 3; Student American Medical Association, 
Representative, 1, 2, Secretary, 3; Honor Council, 2; 
Class President, 4; Softball, 1. 



PAUL ELWOOD BOWLES 
Petersburg, Virginia 
Randolph-AAacon College, B.S. 



Alpha Kappa 
sociation. 



Kappa; Studen 



BRUCE EDWARD CATHEY 
Norfolk, Virginia 






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ALBERT ANTHONY CLAIRMONT, JR. 
Lynchburg, Virginia 
Lynchburg College, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Honor Council Representative, 3 

THOMAS CHRISTY CONIGLIONE 
Staten Island, New York 
Columbia University, B.S. 

Sigma Zeta, President, 4; Alpha Sigma Chi; Alpha 
Omega Alpha, Secretary; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Secre- 
tary, President; Student American Medical Associa- 
tion, Representative; Student Council; Class Officer. 



WILLIAM FRONTIS CREOLE 
Raleigh, North Carolina 
Wake Forest College, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

GENE GRANT DAVIDSON 
Roanoke, Virginia 
Roanoke College, B.S. 

Phi Chi; Student American Medical Associatic 



THOMAS GORDON DAY, JR. 
South Charleston, West Virginia 
Davidson College 

Alpha Kappa Kappa, Recording Secretary, 2, 
urer, 3; School of Medicine, Secretary-Treasu 
Class Treasurer, 3; Basketball 

WILLIAM GEORGE EDDINS 
Galax, Virginia 
Medical College of Virginia 
School of Pharmacy, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 



THOMAS JARMAN GATES 
Arlington, Virginia 
Lynchburg College, B.S. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Williams Research Fellowship Award, 

JAMES SAMUEL GIBBS 
Reidsville, North Carolina 
Davidson College, A.B. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Studen 
sociation; Student Council, 2 



hi; A.D. 
Softball 



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JEFFREY STUART GOLDBLATT 

Norwich, Connecticut 

College of William and Mary, B.S. 

Basketball. 

CHARLES JAY GOLDMAN 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
Emory University, B.S. 

Phi Delta Epsilon; Basketball; Softball; Golf. 




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MATTHEW KIRK GOODING 

Lima, Ohio 

College of William and Mary, B.S. 

Athletic Representative; Basketball; Softball; Golf, 

JOEL LEE GOOZH 
Washington, D.C. 
Washington and Lee University, B.S. 

Phi Chi; Basketball; Baseball. 



PHILIP RALPH GORDON 

Norfolk, Virginia 

University of North Carolina, A.B. 

Phi Delta Epsilon; Student American Medical Associa- 
tion. 

RUFUS HENRY GORDON, JR. 

Norfolk, Virginia 

College of William and Mary, B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Chi, Vice-President, 4; Phi Chi, Treas 
urer. President, 4; Student American Medical Asso- 
ciation, Treasurer, President; School of Medicine, 
Vice-President, 4. 



STUART VICTOR GRANDIS 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 

Phi Chi; Student American Medical Associatic 

MARTIN TAYLOR GREENBERG 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Duke University, A.B. 

Phi Delta Epsilon, Treasurer, 2, 3, Presic 



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MICHAEL WAYNE HAKALA 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Florida, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical As- 
sociation; Student,Council, 2; Golf. 

STUART HENRY HAMILTON, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 
Medical College of Virginia 
School of Pharmacy, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa, Chaplain, 2; Student American 
Medical Association, Representative, 3. 



CAROL MANTER HARLOW 
Augusta, Georgia 
University of Georgia, A.B. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; American Woman's 
Medical Association; A.D. Williams Memorial Scholar 
ship; Pediatric Wives' Club. 

STANLEY ELMER HEATWOLE 
Waynesboro, Virginia 
Goshen College, B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student Council, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM THOMAS HIGGS 
St. Paul Minnesota 
University of Minnesota 
University of South Dakota 

School of Medicine, B.S. in Medicine 

Phi Chi, Treasurer. 

CHARLES NEWTON JAMES 

Caroleen, North Carolina 

Georgia Institute of Technology, B.I.E. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; Student American 
Medical Association; Delta Epsilon. 



WILLIAM MASON JENNINGS, III 

Toledo, Ohio 

Defiance College, B.S. 

West Virginia University, M.S. 

Phi Chi, Secretary, 2, 3; Class Secretary-Treasurer, 

WADE LANE JOHNSON 

Noi-folk, Virginia 

College of William and Mary, B.S. 



ALLAN ROBERT KATZ 
Flushing, New York 
New York University, B.A. 

Phi Chi; Baseball. 

GLENWARD THOMAS KEENEY 
Roanoke, Virginia 
University of Virginia, B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical As- 
sociation, Representative, 3, 4. 






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DOUGLAS ULRING KELLS 
Minneapolis, Minnesota, B.A. 
La Universidad Autonoma de 

Guadalajara, Facultad de Medicina 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical As- 
sociation, Representative, 4. 

BENNETT IRA KEMPER 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Randolph-Macon College, A.B. 

Phi Chi. 



DAVID KESSEL 
Fredericksburg, Virginia 
University of Maryland, B.S. 

Phi Chi; X-Ray, Photographer, 1, 2, Photographer 
Editor, 2. 

KYLE FRANK KIESAU 
Kingsport, Tennessee 
Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha, Secretary, 4; Phi 
Chi; Class Vice President, 4; Basketball; Softball. 



ROBERT JAMES KOHLER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

University of Wisconsin, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Basketball; Baseball 

STEPHEN JAMES KRAMER 
Lynn Massachusetts 
Massachusetts College of 
Pharmacy, B.S. 

Rho Pi Chi; Phi Chi; Student Ameri 
Association. 





JOEL ALLEN LASTER 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.A. 

PETER BRYNAN LEFF 
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
Cornell University 

li Delta Epsilon; Student American Medical As- 



BARRY ALAN LEONARD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Muhlenberg College, B.S. 

Student American Medical Association; Interfaith 
Council, 3, 4; Hillel, President, 4. 

MYRON MAX LEVINE 
Long Beach, New York 
City College of New York, B.S. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Delta Epsilon, 
Secretary, 2, President, 3; Student American Medical 
Association; I. F. M.S. A. Exchangeship to the Hebrew 
University, Jerusalem, 1; Dermatology Exchangeship 
to I'Hospital Saint Louis, Paris, 2; L.S.U.-N.I.H. 
Fellowship in Tropical Medicine in Costa Rica, 3; 
Aaron Brown Scholarship, 3; Fellow, American So- 
ciety of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 4; Basket- 
ball. 



STEVEN MATTHEW MARCUS 
Brooklyn, New York 
Brooklyn College, B.S. 

Phi Chi. 

RUSSEL GREENWAY McALLISTER, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Chi, Rush 
Chairman, 3, Judge Advocate, 4; Student American 
Medical Association; Visiting Student, Department of 
Medicine, St. Thomas Hospital Medical School, Lon- 
don, 3; Basketball. 



REUBEN HILL McBRAYER, JR. 
Chatham, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.A. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; Alpha Kappa 

Kappa; Ostrud Prize in Anatomy, 1; A.D. Williams 

learch Fellowship, 3. 



Ostrud Prize in Anaton 
1, 2; A.D. Williams Re; 



WESLEY EDWARD McENTIRE 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

Old Dominion College, B.S. 



JOHN WESLEY MELTON, III 
Richmond, Virginia 
Hampden-Sydney, B.S. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American 
Medical Association. 

ERNEST NOELAAISTR 
Richmond, Virginia 
Bridgewater College, B.A. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; Student American Medical Association. 





BOBBY WAYNE NELSON 
Hampton, Virginia 
Old Dominion College 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

RICHARD AURELIUS NICHOLLS 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Stetson University, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical As- 
sociation. 



MAURICE NOVICK 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 

Phi Delta Epsilon, Vice-President, 2, Scribe, 3; 
dent American Medical Association; Softball. 

JOHN THOMAS NUCKOLS 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond 
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Class Secretary-Treasurer, 



CARMEN PAUL PASCAROSA 
Norfolk, Virginia 
University of Richmond, A. A. 
Old Dominion College, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical As- 
sociation; A.D. Williams Research Fellowship, 3; 
National Foundation Scholarship Fellow, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Vocational Rehabilitation Administration Research 
Grant, 3; Physical Medicine Department Clerkship, 
2, 3; M.C.V. Social Committee, 4; M.C.V. Tour 
Committee, 3; Basketball; Baseball. 

JAMES DAVID PERRY 
Staunton, Virginia 
Medical College of Virginia 
School of Pharmacy, B.S. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; Student Council, 2; M.C.V. Social Committee, 
4; Class Historian, I. 




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JOHN ERNEST REED 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 
Eastern Mennonite College, B.A. 

Phi Chi. 

GILBERT EDWARD ROBERTSHAW 
Slatersville, Rhode Island 
Brown University, B.A. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Sigma Chi; Alpha Omega Alpha, 
President, 4; Phi Chi; Student American Medical 
Association Representative, 1; Class Vice-President, 

2; 



DENNIS HARDESTY ROBINSON, JR. 

Bedford, Virginia 

Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

ELI LAWRENCE ROSE 
Livingston, New Jersey 
Rutgers University, B.A. 

Alpha Sigma Chi; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Medical 
College of Virginia Representative to the Southern 
Medical Convention, 4; School of Medicine, Presi- 
dent, 4; Class President, 1, 2, 3; Softball. 



ROMAN SACHNO, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Virginia 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

GEORGE DAVID SCHARE 
Brooklyn, New York 
Brooklyn College, B.A. 



BRUCE ALAN SCHORR 
Brooklyn, New York 
Adelphi University, B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

ARLEN LEESCHWILM 
Arlington, Virginia 
Lynchburg College, B.S. 
Phi Chi. 



JOHN ROBERT SHARPE 
Richmond, Virginia 
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. 
Medical College of Virginia 
School of Pharmacy, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

GERNOT FRIEDRICH SPALLEK 
Leipzig, Germany 
University of Richmond, B.S. 

Phi Chi; Research Fellowship in Mycology, Uni- 
versity of Wurzburg, Germany, 2; L.S.U.-N.I.H. 
Fellowship in Tropical Medicine, El Salvador, 3; 
Fellow, American Society of Tropical Medicine and 
Hygiene, 4; Volleyball; Basketball; Baseball. 




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WILLIAM HENRY SPENCER-STRONG 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Washington and Lee University, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical 
Association. 

EDWARD LUNG SUNG 

Kowloon, Hong Kong 

College of William and Mary, B.S. 

Student American Medical Association. 



ANGELO JOSEPH VILLANI, JR. 
Welch, West Virginia 
Duke University 

WALLACE EUGENE WALDMAN 
Passaic, New Jersey 
Rutgers University, B.A. 

li Chi; Student American Medical Association. 




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DAVID CLARK WALTON 

Hampton, Virginia 

College of William and Mary, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Honor Council, 4. 

GEORGE FRANKLIN WHITE 
Danville, West Virginia 
Marshall University, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medi 
sociation; Intramurals. 




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NEWTON KIRKE WHITE 

Abingdon, Virginia 

Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa, Marshall, 3; Stude 
Representative, 3; Softball. 

PETER LAWRENCE WICK 

Arlington, Virginia 

Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 

Phi Chi, Rush Chairman. 



LUCIEN SANDERS WILKINS 
Sanford, North Carolina 
Duke University, A.B. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical 
Association, Representative; A.D. Williams Pre- doc- 
toral Research Fellowship; N.Y.U.-Bellevue Research 
Fellowship. 

DANIEL HERBERT WILLIAMS 
Pennsauken, New Jersey 
Muhlenberg College, B.S. 
Hahnemann Medical College 

School of Graduate Sciences, M.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical 
Association, Representative, 3, 4. 



JOHN RICHARD WOLFE 
Lynchburg, Virginia 
University of Virginia, B.A. 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha; Softball. 

FRANK GROVE WRAY 
Lexington, Virginia 
University of Richmond 

Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student American Medical 



"I am sorry ab.out the draft, 
but the halls even worse!" 



104 






The White Knight's refuel. 



"During this coffee break we'll draw up the M-3's 
schedule . . ." 




"So your scrub pants don't fit again, Bob!" 



Another short! 




What's in a number 
M-l, II, III, or IV. 

Night call, lectures . 
Labs, labs, labs. 



105 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Robert Vermillion, Vice-President; Phil Brandt, President; Kenneth Olshanski, Sec- 
Treas. 



Medidne/68 



Theodore Aldhizer 
Henry Alperin 
Richard Atkinson 



Robert Baker 


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Jeff Bernstein 


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Roy Boone 




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Philip Brandt 
Patrick Burke 
Edward Burton 
Edward Butts 




John Byers 
Wesley Carter 
Stephen Cenedella 
James Charles 



J. Floyd Clinginpeel 
John Coan 
Barton Cohen 
Roger Copenhaver 



Richard Dean 
Robert DeAngeiis 
Brian Dorsk 
Martin Flamnn 



But, sir, I 
really am a 
doctor! 



107 



Earl Fuller 
Arnold Gellman 
Peter Goodman 
Keith Hanger 



Howard Hanna 
James Harkrader 
James Hess 
James Hickman 



William Hobbs 
Kenton Holden 
Martin Horenstein 
Charles Huber 



Stephen Irvin 
Edward Isaacs 
Harry Jeroy 
Melvin Keim 



Paul Layman 
Edward Lilly 
George Long 
Bruce MacDonald 



Sheldon Markowitz 
Harry McLeod 
Robert Miles 
Roger Neal 




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108 




Stephen Niesen 
Wiliiam Nixon 
Philip Okun 
Kenneth Oishanky 



Robert Patton 
Michael Pollack 
Ralph Pollack 
Donald Pryor 



Rudolph Raymaker 
Giles Robertson 
Theodore Rowe 
Edward Royster 



Stanley Shapshay 
George Siegfried 
Joseph Sippe 
Ronald Snead 



Cassius Stanley 
Lynn Stockberger 
Elam Stoltzfus 
John Stover 



John Thorn 
William Turner 
Robert Vermillion 
Carol Waddeli 



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Raymond Walker 
Herbert Widener 
Preston Winesett 
Robert Withrow 



Joseph Woofter 
Einar Wulfsberg 
Jack Yaffa 
Ben Zambrana 





A Super-Hawk's meal 





"I don't care what the Surgeon Gen- 
eral thinks!" 



"Now, according to Ben Casey 



110 





"Wait a minute, I have a Lark pack here somewhere . . ." 



A medical school drop-out. 




"Did he say seven pregnancies in five years?" 



Ill 



ADENOCARCiNOMA 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, John Ostrich, Historian; Gary Cohen, Vice-President; Gail Lynch, Sec.-Treas. 
Drury Stith, President. 



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Ted Abernathy 
John Adams 
Robert Allen 



Floyd Atkins 
John Ayres 
James Brown 




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John Brown 
Paul Brown 
James Burgbacher 
William Burner 



Philip Byrd 
Stephen Carmel 
Thomas Christopher 
Gary Cohen 



Charles Cromwell 
Earl Crouch 
James Crute 
Thomas Currie 



Phillip Dasher 
Andrew DelSordo 
Elliot Familant 
Pasquale Finelli 



Gastritis . . . 
Tinnitis . . . 
Conjunctivitis 




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John Fisher 
Allen Ganderson 
Mark Goldberg 
Richardson Grinnan 



Stephen Grubb 
Paul Gustman 
George Hatch 
Harrison Hawley 



Joseph Hennessy 
Bruce Henry 
James Holimon 
Bruce Jackson 



Muriel Jones 
Thonnas Keenan 
Walter Kilby 
Kenneth King 



Richard Layton 
Harold Levinson 
Augustine Lewis 
Mort Lichtenberg 





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William Klempner 

Isaac Koziol "% ;W- 

Trina Lane 

Gilbert Lavoie 




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Linda Lynch 
Thompson Mann 
Jerry Martin 
Julien Meyer 



Grayson Miller 
Jake Moll 
Earle Moore 
Charles Moseley 



Richard Moseley 
Charles Nelson 
Joseph Nuara 
John Ostrich 



Leycester Owens 
Emily Parr 
Neil Pastel 
June Patton 



Frank Phillips 
David Polster 
Joseph Privitera 
Merrill Prugh 



James Raffa 
James Raffi 
Robert Ramsey 
Alfred Ratcliff 



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Dilworth Rogers 
Anthony Sakowski 
John Saliba 
Barry Schneiderman 



Brooke Seckel 
Samuel Showalter 
John Smith 
Robert Scott 



Stuart Solomon 
P. Gary Stern 
Drury Stith 
Willard Thompson 



Keith Towne 
Harold Weiler 
Edwin Weiss 
James Wells 



John Young 
James Zelenak 
James Wilkerson 
Harry Wilks 




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116 




Eugene Willett 
Edwin Williams 
William Williamson 



William Wolfe 
Taylor Yates 
Betty Yeh 




No, Betty, I'm sure it is a kidney. 




Sublimation! 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Robert Harris, Pres.; Adele Noble, Sec.-Treas,; Thomas W. Daugh- 
tery, Vice-pres. 



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Robert Ackerly 
Richard Alderfel 
Donald Allyn 



N. H. Bartenhagen 
James Blitch 
G. E. Bokinsky 




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Norris Boone 
Edward Boyce 
Virginia Boyd 
Aurelius Brantly 






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Sherry Burgan 
George Burke 
Gary Burton 
Charles Bush 




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Richard Cantor 
Connie Chapoell 
S. P. Childress 






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But they told me I was going to ru' 
M-l, not M-lll. 



Who said medical ol;iw>^. /.as going to be a picnic? 



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Joel Cohen 
Matthew Collings 
Debbie Colony 
Lewis Crooks 



John Cunningham 
Tom Daugherty 
Charles Donlan 
J. W. Edgerton 



Charles Elliott 
Avrohm Faber 
Jeffery Fisher 
Richard Fohl 



Gerald Gates 
John Gilliam 
Gordon Gondos 
Kenneth Gray 



John Gullett 
Hans Haesslein 
Stephen Hanna 
Robert Harris 



Richard Hawkins 
Peter Hoffman 
Mary Holland 
Tim Hooker 






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Frederick Horton 
Lon Keim 

Eugene Kornhaber 
K. Wayne Lainof 



Ernie Larkin 
Rodney Lee 
David Lineham 
Herbert Long 



Beal Lowen 
John Mahoney 
Frank Marks 
Richard Matthews 



Charles Maxwell 
Charlotte McCutchen 
Ann McFarlane 
Mike Miller 



George Miner 
Jack Moseley 
Dave Mullins 
Adele Noble 



Bernard Novak 

William Nuckols 
lima Overman 
Jethro Piland 



Ronald Preston 
Edward Prince 
William Proctor 
Gene Randall 



Steven Reams 
Harold Rekate 
John Reynolds 
Paul Rogers 



Mike Rubin 
Stephen Schechner 
William Schrantz 
Susan Seideman 



James Shaw 
Robert Sigafoes 
Michael Skolochenko 
Robert Smallridge 



Rodney Smith 
Maxine Solomon 
Newton Sorrow 
R. P. Sowers 



Neil Stronach 
Marc Thames 
David Tomko 
Robert Tomlinson 




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Robert Trivett 
Martin Walker 
Jerry Weintraub 



Charles Yarbrough 
Marvin Zelkowitz 
Thomas Witmer 



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Home, sweet Home . . . for the bachelor M-I'S. 



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"I'm sorry Ben but I just don't have a 
hairy chest" 




"You say you missed your hair appointment" 





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"Code-Blue's hitching post" 




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"Anything to please Dad" 






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School of Dentistry 




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DR. HARRY LYONS, Dean, School c5f Dentistry 



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SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 
OFFICERS 

Jody Wimberly, Pres. 
Edward Ross, Vice-Pres. 



STUDENT DENTAL ASSOCIATION 
OFFICERS 

Jim Glore, Pres. 

James Adams, Vice-Pres. 

Bob Oswald, Treas.-Sec. 





SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Left to Right 
Owen Graves, Historian 
Jody Wimberly, Pres. 
Keith Walker, Treas. 
Ron Smith, V/ce-Pres. 



Dentistry 1 61 



Graduation is an experience and an accomp- 
lishment. It is a time of joy and relief. Each of 
us met the challenge in his own way . . . some 
were hardened, some tempered, some fell by 
the wayside, while others remained impervious. 
Will we ever forget the recent days of numbing 
frustration, satisfaction, depression, immense 
joy, desperation, and sarcasm? 

Lest we forget . . . Gross lab with Klondar's 
brilliant perianal dissections . . . complement 
fixation ... the great neuroanatomy squirrel 
shoot . . . Duncodont . . . motel parties . . . the 
bathroom raider . . . the slump test . . . your 
anatomy number ... the T.V. demonstration 
following the angry 5 lb. bag of sugar ... Dr. 
Burke's acute hearing . . . Sol's shirt-tie combina- 
tions . . . Funi's . . . "Sunt Ours" ... the Kraski 
award ... the RCH ... the skull quiz . . . Mother 
and staph aureus . . . physiological vapors dur- 
ing the physiology final . . . Spoto and the 
green soap . . . Ou-poops crew cut . . . S.R.'s 
Hour of Dissection in Gross lab . . . WHAP . . 
dressing for C & B lab . . . the Flash . . . shaving 



cream . . . Fitzhugh clamp . . . the British man- 
ner of prosthetic swiftness . . . chart checks . . . 
sacks of wheat DO NOT Give Penicillin ... the 
lOO's on the operative final . . . orthodontic 
consultations . . . Captain Cathode . . . What's 
the question. Doctor? . . . the left-handed Ford 
. . . ooh . . . Doktah . . . tidying up the lounge 
. . . "Sullimental grooves per capital" . . . the 
southeastern distribution for Cepacol . . . Big 
Red's room and board with a view . . . Maason 
and Newsooome . . . oold Tom . . . the moon 
shot by the Laburnum Gemini twins, Frenchy 
and Hurtin' . . . pizza . . . Tumor Bored . . . 
Rooounds . . . Freida's All-American team . . . 
progress reports . . . sleeping in P of M . . . 
didactic gas warfare ... the Wednesday morn- 
ing attendance reports . . . C.R.'s class iV 
silicates . . . music lessons ... 4: 1 5 temporaries 
. . . the 11:15-11:45-3:15-3:45 breaks for a 
short beer or something . . . Good days . . . bad 
days. They all somehow managed to see us 
through. So now we begin. 



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DONALD EDWARD ADAMS 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond 

Psi Omega, Basketball; Softball; Student A.D.A. 

IRA ROBERT ALPERIN 
Shelden, New York 
University of Florida, B.S. 

Alpha Omega; X-Ray, Photography Editor 3, 
Volleyball; Basketball; Student A.D.A. 



HUBERT COLEMAN BAKER 
Timmonsville, South Carolina 
Clemson College 

Psi Omega; Social Committee, 4; Honor Council, 4; 
Softball; Basketball; Student A.D.A. 

GARY RACH BANG 
Staunton, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Student A.D.A. 



JAMES GERALD BAUGHCOME 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 
Wofford College, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta. Senior Page 4; Student A.D.A. 

RONALD ADRIAN BAUGHMAN 
Palatka, Florida 
University of Florida, B.A. 

Student A.D.A. 



PRESTON HAROLD BEATTIE 
Hartsville, South Carolina 
Wofford College, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Softball; Student A.D.A. 

KEITH STUART BLEVINS 
Arlington, Virginia 
Hope College, B.A. 

Sigma Zeta; Volleyball; Softball; Student A.D.A. 





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STEVEN DONALD BOLICK 
Hickory, North Carolina 
Lenoir Riiyne College 

elta Sigma Delta 



ELMO BOWEN,-JR. 
Halifax, Virginia 
William and Mary, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Delta, Treasurer, 4; Volleyball 
Basketball; Softball; Student A.D.A. 



KENNETH DARRELL BOWMAN 
Port Republic, Virginia 
Bridgewater College, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Delta, Scribe 4; Basketball; Soft- 
ball; Volleyball; Student A.D.A. 



HENRY PLOWDEN BOZARD 
Manning, South Carolina 
Wofford College, B.S. 

,i Omega, 2, 3, 4; Student A.D.A. 



JOSEPH ELI BRANTLEY 

Columbia, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina 

Psi Omega; Student A.D.A., 



GEORGE ALLEN BROOKS 
Columbia, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina 

i Omega; Basketball; Softball; Student A.D.A. 



The dents and friends 



Dentistry can be fun— for everyone but the poor patient! 





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BERNARD ANDREW BROWN 
Raleigh, North Carolina 
Atlantic Christian College, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Softball; Student A.D.A. 



BOBBY DEAN BURNETTE 
Gretna, Virginia 
Randolph-Macon College, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Basketball; Softball; Student A.D.A. 



JOSEPH CARY BRYANT 

New Canton, Virginia 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Softball; Student A.D.A. 

JOHN ANTHONY BUSCIGLIO 
Tampa, Florida 
University of Florida, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Sigma Zeta; Student A.D.A. 



ALAN IRWIN BURCH 
Arlington, Virginia 
University of Virginia, B.A. 

Alpha Omega, Treasurer 3, President 
4; Class Social Chairman 2; Student 
A.D.A. 

JAMES LYNN CARROLL 
Largo, Florida 
University of Florida, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Baseball; Student 



Dentistry 1 61 



Out, out, 
bad tooth! 





LEE M. CASLER 
Harbour Island, Florida 
University of Miami, B.S. 

Alpha Omega; Student A.D.A. 

ANTHONY LLOYD COLASANTO 
Alexandria, Virginia 
Georgetown University 
LaSalle College, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Student A.D.A. 



HARRY STEPHEN CONN 
Newport News, Virginia 
University of Virginia 

Alpha Omega; Student A.D.A. 

CHARLES D. COX 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 
Furman University, B.A. 

Psi Omega; Student A.D.A. 



JAMES LLOYD CUMBEY 
Bennettsvilie, South Carolina 
Clemson College, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Softball; Social Chairmar 3; Student 
A.D.A. 

CHARLES DANIEL DEAN, II 
Summerville, South Carolina 
Wofford College, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Softball; Basketball; Psi Oi ega. Treasurer 
4; Student Council 3, 4; N.I.H. Fellow nip 3, 4; A.D. 

Williams Scholarship 4; Student A.D.A. 



134 



THOMAS DUKE EDWARDS 
Montgomery, Alabama 
Washington and Lee University, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Editor, Psi Omega 3; Basketball 1 
Volleyball, softball I, 2, 3, 4; Student A.D.A. 

CHARLES EDWARD EHLE 
Fairfax, Virginia 
American University, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta; Student A.D.A. 



Dentistry! 61 





CARL STEVEN FRIEDMAN 
Hollywood, Florida 
University of Florida 

Alpha Omega; Sigma Zeta; N.I.H. Fellowship 3; 
American Cancer Society Pathology Award 2; Stu- 
dent A.D.A. 

DICK DOUGLAS GARDNER 
Abingdon, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Softball; Student A.D.A. 



WILLIAM MARK GARES, JR. 

Hampton, Virginia 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Softball 3, 4; Volleyball 1 
4; Student A.D.A. 

ROGER E. GIBSON 
Tavares, Florida 
Wofford College, B.S. 

Basketball, Softball I, 2, 3, 4; Student A.D.A. 



JAMES WINFIELD GLORE 

Lakeland, Florida 

Florida State University, B.A. 

Psi Omega; Alpha Sigma Chi; Softball 1, 2; Hon 
Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Student A.D.A. Vice-President 
Student A.D.A. President 4; Student A.D.A. 

BOBBY GENE GORE 
Loris, South Carolina 
The Citadel, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Student A.D.A. 





DANIEL EDWARD GRABEEL 
Bluefield, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta; President, Delta Sigma Delta 
Basketball, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student A.D.A. 

OWEN DAUGHTREY GRAVES 

Lacey Springs, Virginia 
University of Virginia 

Alpha Sigma Chi; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Histori 
3, 4; Student ADA. 



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HARBERT SCOTT GREGORY 


CHARLES ROGERS HARRIS, JR. 


RALPH WILSON HAYWOOD 


Quincy, Florida 


Richmond, Virginia 


Chesapeake, Virginia 


Southwestern, B.A. 


N.C. State University V.P.I., B.S. 


Old Dominion College, B.A. 


Student A.D.A. 


Student A.D.A.; Psi Omega; Softball; Volleyball. 


Student A.D.A. 


DAVID FREDRIC HELSEL 


ROBERT EDGAR HELTZEL, JR. 


ANTHONY ALFRED 


Stamford, Connecticut 


Richmond, Virginia 


HEMINGWAY 


University of Pittsburgh, B.S. 


Hampden-Sydney College 


Georgetown, S.C. 


Delta Sigma Delta; Student A.D.A. ; Basketball. 


Psi Omega; Student A.D.A.; Basketball; Softball. 


Wofford College, A.B. 

Psi Omega; Class Historian, 1, 2; Stu- 
dent A.D.A., Sec.-Treas.; Social Com- 
mittee. 




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DONALD WAYNE HUNT 
Gaffney, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina 

Psi Omega, Pres. 4; Sigma Zela, 3, 4; N.I.H. Fellow- 
ship 3, 4; A.D, Williams Award 2; Social Committee 
3; Student A.D. A.; Softball. 

JOHN JOSEPH LACY, JR. 

Richmond, Virginia 

Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 

Psi Omega; Student A.D. A. 



JAMES ALLEN McELVEEN 
Olanta, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina 

Psi Omega 3, 4; Student Council I, 2; S 
A.D. A.; Basketball; Softball. 

CHARLES WILLIAM McGAHEE 
Columbia, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina 

Social Committee 3; Psi Omega; Student A.D. A. 



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roles. 



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STANLEY WATSON AAcGHEE 
Arlington, Virginia 
University of Virginia 

Student A.D.A.; Softball I, 2, 3, 4; Basketba 

1, 2; 



GEORGE S. PARSONS 
Georgetown, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina 

Delta Sigma Delta; Student A.D.A. 



THOMAS J. AAILEWSKI 
Huntington, West Virginia 
Marshall University, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta 3, 4; Student A.D.A. 



PAUL EDWARD PETERS, JR. 
Gainesville, Florida 
University of Florida, B.S. 

Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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ROBERT EDISON OSBON 
Aiken, South Carolina 
Wofford College, B.S. 

Sigma Zero, Vice-Pres.; Visiting Lec- 
turers Committee; Religious Activities 
Committee; Student A.D.A.; Basketball; 
Softball. 

CARMINE ANTHONY 

PRIORE 
Miami, Florida 
University of Miami, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 
4; Interfraternity Council 2, 3, 4; Sec- 
Treas. 3; Pres. 4; Student A.D.A.; Na- 
tional Science Foundation Fellowship 
2, 3; Softball 2, 3, 4. 




Strong back, 
weak teeth. 




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BENJAMIN OWEN RAVENEL, JR. 
Charleston, South Carolina 
Presbyterian College 
College of Charleston 

i Omega; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I; Stu 



HOLMAN CALVIN RAWLS, III 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. 

i Omega; Student A.D.A. 




ALAN BARRY RICHTER 
North Miami Beach, Florida 
University of Florida 

Sigma Zeta; Student A.D.A. 

GERALD BLAS ROQUE 
Tampa, Florida 
University of Florida, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Basketball; Softball; Student A.D.A. 



SOL MARTIN SCHWARTZ 
Surfside, Florida 
Emory University 
University of Miami 

Alpha Omega; Student A.D.A. 

HARVEY FITZGERALD SELDEN 
Highland Springs, Virginia 
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Student A.D.A. 



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LOUIS E. SHEPARD, JR. 
St. Stephen, South Carolina 
Wofford College, B.S. 

Omega; Basketball 3, 4; Student A.D.A. 



DENNIS M. SMITH 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Duke University, A.B. 

Psi Omega; Basketball; Softball; 
A.D.A. 



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RONALD WAYNE SMITH 
Greenville, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina 

Psi Omega; Alpha Sigma Chi; Basketball, vol- 
leyball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Psi Omega Vice-President 3, 
Secretary 4; Class Vice-President 3, 4; Student 
A.D.A. 

MARSHALL DOUGLAS 

SPOTO 
Tampa, Florida 
University of Florida, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Volleyball, softball 1 , 2, 3, 
4; Student A.D.A. 



CONLEY TRIGG SNIDOW 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 
Wofford College, B.A. 

ega; Basketball; Student A.D.A. 



DAVID WASHINGTON 

STONE, JR. 
Charleston, South Carolina 
College of Charleston 

Student A.D.A. 



PETER B. SOBEL 
Miami, Florida 
University of Florida, A. A., 
B.A. 

Alpha Omega; Student A.D.A. 

FRED BERNARD 
THOMAS, III 
Newport Nevi's, Virginia 
University of Richmond, 
B.S. 
Student A.D.A. 




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PAUL ROGER Van OSTENBERG 
St. Petersburg Florida 
University of Southern Florida, A. A., 
B.A. 

Sigma Zeta; Student A.D.A. 

WALTER KEITH WALKER 
Laurens, South Carolina 
Furman University, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Alpha Sigma Chi; Basketball, Softball 



I, 2, 3, 4; Cla 



■ 3, 4; Student A.D.A. 




WILLARD WILLIAM WENTZ 
Danville, Virginia 
University of Virginia, B.A. 

Psi Omega; Sigma Zeta; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 3; Student Council 1, 2; Student A.D.A. 

JOSEPH WESLEY WIMBERLY, JR. 
Bowman, South Carolina 
Wofford College, B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Chi; Class President I, 2, 3, 4; Presi- 
dent, School of Dentistry 4; Vice-President, MCV 
Student Body 4; Chairman, Honor Council 4; Social 
Committee I; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
A.D.A. 



HENRY PATTERSON WORRELL 
Marion, South Carolina 
Wofford College, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Alpha Sigma Chi; Class Treasurer 1, 2; 
President, Alpha Sigma Chi 4; Student A.D.A. 

SANDRA RICHARDSON YARBROUGH 
Tampa, Florida 
University of Florida, A. A. 

Student A.D.A. 



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CLYDE NORMAN CARROLL, JR. 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

Old Dominion College, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta; Student A.D.A.; Basketball, 
Softball. 



LLOYD MALCOLM GORDON 
Columbia, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina 

Psi Omega; A.D.A. 



EDWARD F. ROSS, JR. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Lynchburg College, B.S. 

Psi Omega; Student A.D.A.; School Secretary 4; 
Student Council 3, 4. 



"Just trim it, 
buddy." 



142 





Playing oral surgeon. 





You lied to me, it did too hurt. 




Ready, Aim, Fire. 



I'm glad / came back. 



143 



JUNIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 
left to right 

Bob Kirkman, 
Treasurer 

Charles Zaglin, 
President 

John Sawickl, 
Sec.-l-listorian 

Buster Woodruff, 
V. President 




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Steve Burch 
Steve Chase 
Chris Christian 



Henry Clemons 
Jim Crockett 
John Dalness 
Dave Edmondson 




Frank Falls 
Bobby Fernandez 
Dave Francis 
Jim Gilbert 



Julian Gills 
Artie Click 
Marshall Gordon 
O. B. Hash 



Richard Hayes 
Larry Hensley 
Lanny Hinson 
John Hodge 



Ed Howe 
Mike Hunter 
Jerry Jenkins 
Dalton Keith 



Bob Kirkman 
Andy Lasley 
Jeff Levin 
Jerry Levy 



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Casey Lindahl 
Dean McKinney 
Larry Miller 
Marshall Miller 



Sam Napoli 
Bill Overcash 
James Pauley 
Harry Piaster 



Robert Reid 
Fred Renick 
Wyatt Richardson 
Mike Riddle 






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Tommy Riley 
Richard Ruble 
Harvey Sargent 
John Sawicki 



John Semones 
Bobby Shannon 
Harvey Silverman 
Bill Simpson 



Tom Spillers 
Roland Stecher 
Russell Street 
Ronald Tankersley 



Dentistry/ 68 






Where did that cotton roll go? 



Don't you know the difference between HCI and MOD? 



147 



Jack Thompson 
Jeff Topf 
Pete Trager 
Tony Traynham 







E. J. Vaught 
Byron Verkauf 
Bruce Watterson 




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Leslie Webb 
Bill Webb 
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Buster Woodruff 
Neil Wyss 
Charles Zaglin 




Uncle Charlie. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Charles Harmon, Honor Council; Ronnie Brown, V. President; Hayden Allen, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Asa Lee, President. 



Dentistry/ 69 



Hayden Allen 
Bill Armentrout 
Martin Baloff 
Irwin Becker 



Barry Behrens 
Fred Bell 
Cornel Berry 
Bob Bethea 




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150 




Andy Bishop 
Sheldon Blum 
Jim Borovay 
Rod Bronson 



Larry Brooks 
Ronnie Brown 
S. W. Brown 
Fred Chairsell 



Jerry Clarke 
Mat Cohl 
Donald Day 
Russ DeCarlo 



John Doley 
Hugh Dowdy 
Howard Duchon 
Jerry Duckor 



John Eby 
Dave Edwards 
Eric Foretich 
Rawley Fuller 



Charles Gary 
Paul Giorgetti 
Chuck Glenn 
Allen Gustin 



Charles Harmon 
Sandy Heard 
Van Horton 
Carl Johnson 



Fred Johnson 
Jim Kail 
David Kiger 
Phil Kohn 



Dave Kovach 
Asa Lee 

Barry Matthews 
Bruce AAcNeely 




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Ed Nacht 
Bob Oswald 
Al Padgett 
Steve Parel 




Dentistry/ 69 




Bill Parks 
Jim Pascia 
John Philips 
Paul Plasky 



Spence Pugh 
Tom Ranson 
Drake Regent 
John Repass 



Making impressions . . . brings back memories of mud 
pies. 



Orthodontics? Roentgenology? Principles of Med? 





John Ricks 
George Shuert 
Paul Simons 
Ted Smith 



John Sootin 
John Spolski 
Joe Straub 
Bill Sweeney 




Dentistry/ 69 

Now some grooves for Reynolds. 



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John Tarver 
Danny Thomas 
Mike Trahos 



Bill Turner 
Joe Valenti 
Dave Webster 



Dick Wilson 
Ed Woodman 
Tom Wright 



Why did they teach us that? 





FRESHMAN DENTAL CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Benjamin Foster, Pres.; Robert Vandersdall, Vice-Pres.; Allen Sundin, 
Historian; Anton Papierniak, Sec-Treas. 



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John Agar 
Leroy Alford 
Ralph Anderson 



Ted Bachas 
David Barnes 
Richard Barnes 




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Danny Boyd 
James Bradshaw 
Donald Brown 
Thomas Burris 



Richard Caldwel 
Don Cherry 
Joseph Chicurel 
Orrin Clifton 



Geoffrey Bushway 
Curtis Crowder 
Harry Davis 
John Delk 



Robert Dickstein 
Hugh Douglas 
Sam English 
Benjamin Foster 



Kenneth Gibson 
Walter Gold 
Mark Goldman 
Jack Green 



William Gregory 
Jeffery Harris 
Ronald Herbert 
John Hilton 



157 



John Fedison 
Marvin Glover 
Joseph Hoffart 
Irwin Hurwitz 




Cecil Johnson 
Arthur Kapit 
Warren Karesh 




"G. V. Black 
said to 
clean what 
toilet?" 



158 




George Kirchner 
J. B. Kirkland 
Larry Lavi'son 
Jeffrey Lewis 



Thomas Littrell 
Robert Mackie 
Robert Martin 
Wilfred McCall 



Gwyn McCutchen 
Richard AAcGuffin 
Jon McRae 
Raymond AAeade 





"What 
lungs!!" 



159 



Howard Mendelsohn 
Elliott Motley 
Raymond Niles 
Anton Papierniak 



W. B. Perkinson 
Ashton Pond 
John Ragsdale 
Dennis Raitt 



Robert Roe 
Mark Romer 
Earl Rubis 
Robert Simons 




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William Stevens 
Allan Sundin 
George Tawes 



Robert Tawes 
Dennis Trupkin 
Robert Vanarsdall 
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Stephen Wayner 
Peter Wells 
Wayne Whitley 
Steven Wolf 



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"I wonder if Hell's Angels need a Molar mechanic. 



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Akers, Athletic Rep.; Ginger Steele, Treas.; Donald Mowles, Historian; Seated, Bill Merchant, Pres. 



Pharmacy/ 67 



Four years of MCV . . . four years of many emo- 
tions . . . four long years . . . Freshman year . . . 
the year of introduction of things to come . . . the 
stories . . . the rumors . . . got "locks" . . . pearls and 
more pearls . . . Resumes (English majors?) . . . 
Saturday morning Physics demonstrations . . . finally 
Sophomores . . . many new faces . . . many faces no 
longer here . . . our first real pharmacy courses . . . 
aliquots, alligation, and divide by the "N.F." . . . 
benzene rings and CH-, . . . Cats, dogfish, sharks, 
"Frogs" . . . will it never end? . . . the Junior year 
. . . fewer faces . . . long nights set in . . . coffee, 
cigarettes and more coffee, cigarettes . . . work, 
work . . . Periwinkle plants . . . "jet set" . . . supposi- 
tories . . . U.S. P. Pigeons . . . DIGITALIS! . . . "Super 



Rat" . . . "Hey, troops" . . . white lab coats at least 
eight days a week . . . will it never end? . . . second 
quarter . . . almost Seniors . . . "Hey, Bedros!" . . . 
dogs and more dogs . . . "Ya!" . . . cutting and past- 
ing 302 . . . Bless Xerox! . . . the Egyptian Building 
at 9:00 a.m. . . . bacteria and viruses . . . eyestrain! 
. . . Dispensing— five hours of lecture a week . . . 
q.s. in the bottle . . . family record cards ... Dr. 
who? . . . we're there— Seniors at last . . . Seniors 
don't flunk? . . . more benzene rings . . . faster than 
the speed of sound . . . drugs and more drugs . . . 
Bless Xerox! . . . medical emergencies . . . more facts 
. . . we're getting there . . . we've done it . . . 
four years at MCV . . . four long years . . . we re- 
spect you MCV. 



168 




DOUGLAS KERAAIT AGREE 

Gate City, Virginia 

East Tennessee State University 

APhAVPhA, 2, 3, 4, 

GEORGE ROGER AKERS 
Lynchburg, Virginia 
Lynchburg College 

APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Psi, First Vice-Regent, 
4, Vice-Satrap, Province III, 4; Hall Patrol, 3, 4; 
Class Athletic Representative, 3, 4. 



BOBBY JAY BAILEY 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Livingstone College 

APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES ALVIN BAILEY, JR. 
Petersburg, Virginia 
Hampden-Sydney College 

APhA-VPhA, I, 2, 3, 4; Phi Delta Chi, Secretary, 
President, 4; Honor Council Representative, 2, 3, 4, 



JULIAN RONALD BECK 
Roanoke, Virginia 
Roanoke College 

APhA-VPhA. 

HERMAN BAER BLOOM 

Richmond, Virginia 

Richmond Professional Institute 



MELVIN DOUGLAS BRANNAN 
Richmond, Virginia 

ALLEN NEAL BUTTERFIELD 

Richmond, Virginia 

Richmond Professional Institute 

APhA-VPhA. 




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PAULA JANE CAMPBELL 
Charleston, West Virginia 
Morris Harvey College 

Kappa Epsilon Chaplain, 3. 

THEODORE ANDREW CAVACOS 

Baltimore, Maryland 

George Washington University, A. A. 

APhA-VPhA, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM RICHARD CHANEY 
Nev;'fx>rf News, Virginia 
Old Dominion College 

Kappa Psi; Student Council, 2; VPhA-APhA \, 2, 
3, 4; Softball. 

LINWOOD LEE CHILDRESS 
Colonial Heights, Virginia 
Richard Bland College, A.A. 

APhA-VPhA 1, 2, 3, 4; Tour Committee; Visiting 
Lecturer's Committee; Volleyball. 



DONNA LEE CLARK 

Fieldale, Virginia 

Mary Washington College 

Sigma Zeta; Rho Chi, Sec. 4; Kappa Epsilon, Sec. 3; 
APhA-VPhA 2, 3, 4. 

DANNY LEE COUNTS 

Abington, Virginia 

East Tennessee State, King College 

Kappa Psi; Class President, 3; Pharmacy School 
President, 4; Student Council Treasurer, 4; APhA- 
VPhA, Treas. 3; Basketball; Softball. 



WILLIAM EDWIN CUNDIFF 
Danville, Virginia 
Central Wesleyan College, 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

APhA-VPhA; Basketball; Softball. 

JOEL ELLIOTT DAVIDS 

Richmond, Virginia 

Richmond Polytechnic Institute B.S. 

APhA-VPhA 2, 3, 4. 



170 





JAMES WILLARD DAVIS 
Amelia, Virginia 
University of Richmond 

APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4; Rho Chi, President, 4; Piii 
Delta Chi, Secretary, 4; Sigma Zeta, 3, 4. 

PHILLIP RANDOLPH DAVIS 
Carrollton, Virginia 
Emory and Henry College 

APhA-VPhA, Vice-President, 3; Kappa Psi, Secre- 
tary, 3, Treasurer of Province III, 3, 4; Rho Chi, 
Vice-President, 4; Sigma Zeta, Treasurer, 4 Student 
Government Representative, 3, 4. 



GORDON BURNLEY EUBANK, JR. 
Chase City, Virginia 
Virginia Military Institute 

APhA-VPhA, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Psi; Basketball, 
2, 4. 

ROBERT HENRY GARDINER, 111 
Richmond, Virginia 



MARY ELLEN GARRETT 
Chase City, Virginia 
Mary Washington College 

Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Zeta 

CAREY BLAIR GORDON 

Orange, Virginia 

Mary Washington College 

APhA-VPhA, Secretary, 4; Kappa Epsilon, 2, 3, 
Alpha Sigma Chi, 3, 4; Sigma Zeta, secretary, 
Interfraternity Council, Secretary, 3; Class Se( 
tary, 1, 2; School of Pharmacy Social Committ 
Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Visiting Lecturer's Comr 
tee, 3; Tour Committee, 2, 3. 



JAMES DONALD GREGG 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond 

APhA-VPhA; Phi Delta Chi; Softba 



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Richmond, Virginia 


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Beirut, Lebanon 


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LARRY JOE HARTING 
Bristol, Tennessee 
Carson-Newman College 

Phi Delta Chi, Sergeant at Arms, 
Intra-Fraternity Council, 4; Tour Coi 
VPhA 2, 3, 4; Basl^etball; Softball. 



3, Vice-Pres. 4; 
nmittee 2; APhA- 



EVERETTE KENNETH HAWLEY 
Christiansburg, Virginia 
University of Richmond 



Kappa Psi, Third Vice Rege 
InterFraternity Council, Pres. 
Hail Patrol 2, 3, 4; Softball. 



4; Pharmacy School 
APhA-VPhA 2, 3, 4; 




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VIRGINIA TUCKER CLARK 

Salem, Virginia 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

Kappa Epsilon, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, 4; Class 
Secretary, 3, 4; APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4. 




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LARRY LEE HEATH 
New Bern, North Carolina 

A. KATHRINE HENDRICK THOMSON 

Richmond, Virginia 

Richmond Professional Institute 



JAMES MICHAEL HESTER 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
University of North Carolina 
APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4. 

SUE ANN HOLLOW/AY 
Chatham, Virginia 
University of Tennessee 

Kappa Epsilon; APhA-VPhA. 



PRISCILLA MAY HULBERT 
Lynchburg, Virginia 
Longwood College 

Kappa Epsilon; APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4. 

ANDREW CARSON JOHNSON, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond 

Class Treasurer, 1; Class President, 2; Phi Delta Chi, 
2, 3, 4; APhA-VPhA, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CAROL NELL LAMBDIN 

Franklin, Virginia 

Marjorie Webster Junior College 

JUDITH DARE LILLARD 
Madison, Virginia 
Lynchburg, College 

Kappa Epsilon, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3; APhA-VPhA, 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



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RICHARD DeWAYNE MARTIN 
Roanoke, Virginia 
Roanoke College 

VPhA-VPhA 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Psi Chaplain, 3, 
Convention Delegate, 3; Honor Council, I, 2; 
Pharmacy Inter-Fraternity Council, 3; B.S.U,, 2. 



DONALD LUTHER MOWLES 
Highland Springs, Virginia 
Chowan College 

APhA-VPhA; Phi Delta Chi; Sigma Zeta. 



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STEWART ROBERT MASTERS 
Winchester, Virginia 
Randolph-Macon College 

APhA-VPhA 1, 2, 3, A; Kappa Psi; MCV So 
Committee, 2; Hall Patrol, 2, 3, 4; Softball, 
2, 4; Basketball, 2, 4. 



TALMAGE THOMAS 

MUSGROVE, III 
Petersburg, Virginia 
Richard Bland College 

APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4; Softball. 



WILLIAM FEWELL 

MERCHANT 
Manassas, Virginia 
College of William and 

Mary 

APhA-VPhA 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Pre; 
dent, 4; MCV Commencement Comm 
tee, 4; Hall Patrol, I, 2, 3, 4; Softba 
1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES DALLAS NEAL 
Liberty, North Carolina 
Wake Forest College 

Kappa Psi; Softball. 





Let me lick the beater! 



Industrial arts is a fun course. 



174 




HENRY BRODERICK PACK 

Appomattox, Virginia 

Virginia Polytechnic institute, B.S. 

APhA-VPhA; Kappa Psi; Softball; Basketball. 

DONALD WAYNE RAWLINGS 
Richmond, Virginia 
Duke University 
APhA-VPhA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROGER CLAYTON ROBINSON 

Hillsville, Virginia 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

APhA-VPhA, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Psi; Basketball, I, 2, 
3, 4; Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM RUSSELL RODGERS, JR. 
Lawrenceville, Virginia 
Randolph-Macon College 

APhA-VPhA 2, 3, 4; Kappa Psi, Historian, 3, Regent, 



MILES CURTIS SAUNDERS 
Jarratt, Virginia 
William and Mary 

Class Pres., ], Tour Committee 3, 4, Co-Chair 
4; Hall Patrol; APhA-VPhA. 

CHARLES F. SCHORMAN, JR. 
Hampton, Virginia 
Ashland Junior College 
Christopher Newport College 

APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM THOMAS SHANER 

Richlands, Virginia 

Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 

APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM HAROLD SHAVER 
Lewisburg, West Virginia 
Marshall University 

APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4; Phi Delta Chi, Corresponding 
Secretary, 3, Alumni Liason, 4; Softball, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball, 4. 



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NELSON LEE SHOWALTER 
Broadway, Virginia 
Eastern Mennonite College 

APhA-VPhA. 

STEVEN LYNN SILVERMAN 
Newport News, Virginia 
Old Dominion College, A. A. 

APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4; Phi Delta Chi; Volleyba 
Basketball. 



EDWIN ELMORE SMITH, JR. 
Brodnax, Virginia 
Richard Bland College 

APhA-VPhA, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Psi; 
President, 4; Hall Patrol, 2, 3, 4; Softball, 

GINGER LYNN STEELE 
Abingdon, Virginia 
Longwood, College 

Kappa Epsilon, 4; Class Treasurer, 4. 



DAVID BRUCE STEFFEN 
Sandston, Virginia 
University of Richmond 

Phi Delta Chi; APhA-VPhA. 

PHILIP DOUGLAS STONE 
Richmond, Virginia 
Richard Bland College 
Richmond Professional Institute 



JAMES KEITH THOMSON 
Richmond, Virginia 
Louisburg, College 

APhA-VPhA. 

J. W. PETE TOLLEY 
Christiansburg, Virginia 
David Lipscomb College 

APhA-VPhA, \, 2, 3, 4, 5; Pharmacy School Socii 
Committee, 4; Head of Country Music, 1, 2, 3, 4, f 







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LUCY KATE TOWNSEND 
Colonial Heights, Virginia 
University of Cincinnati 

APhAA/PhA, Secretary, 3; Kappa Epsi- 
lon. Chaplain, 2, Vice-President, 3, 
President, 4; Rho Chi, Historian, 4; 
Alpha Sigma Chi, Secretary, 4; Sigma 
Zela, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer, Sctiool 
of Pharmacy, 4; Class Treasurer, 2, 3; 
Visiting Lecturers Committee, 2, 3; 
X-Ray Staff, 4. 

BERNARD WEISS 
Richmond, Virginia 



JO ANNE WADE 
Nevi/port News, Virginia 
Mary Washington College 

APhA-VPhA; Kappa Epsilon. 

PHINEHAS LEATH WOOD 

Richmond, Virginia 

College of William and Mary 

Kappa Psi; Student Council Representative. 




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WILLIAM THOMAS WALKER 
Chase City, Virginia 
College of William and Mary 

Kappa Psi, Treasurer, 3; Class Vice President, 3; 
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; APhA-VPhA, 2, 3, 4. 

FRANKLIN DELLANO YANCEY 
Clarksville, Virginia 
Ferrum Junior College 

Athletic Representative, \, 2; Basketball, 1, 
2, 3; Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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I'd better not tell them who did the 
cooking. 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Boyd Clements, Treas.; Madison Cummings, Pres.; Janis Croes, Student Council; Peggy 
Maddex, Historian; Chuck Hutcheson, Vice President. 




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Robert Allen 
Ralph Bailey 
Joan Black 
George Brittle 



Jerry Clary 
Boyd Clements 
Edwin Clements 
Linda Cohen 



Luke Coukos 

John Courtney, III 

Janis Croes 

Russell Cummings, Jr. 




Peggy Daniels 
John Elko 
Charles Engle 
Stephanie Fajans 



Jacqueline Faribault 
Irvin Fentress 
Roger Foutz 
Martin Freedman 



Robert Garland 
Thomas George 
William Gerrard 
John Gill 



Daniel Hancock 
Harold Haraway 
Sydney Hardy 
Edward Harris 



James Hawks 
Wendell Haynie 
Chris Helfert 
Charles Hutcheson 



Martha Kessel 
David Kirby 
George Knott 
Richard Lakes 



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Thomas Lee 
Linda McDaniel 
James McKenney 
Margaret Maddex 



Judy Morris 
Horace Moses 
Thomas Orange 
Anita Osborne 



Ronald Pack 
Robert Powell 
Ralph Pyles 
Diana Rakes 



Philip Richard 
Fabian Roberts 
Roney Rogers 
Jean Saine 




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I see a "Bio" test coming up. 



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can't find anything In this north room! 



Lumps, Lumps, go away! 



Steve Scarbrough 
Cherry Sung 
Mike Thompson 



Fred Shutico 
John Tabb 
Robert Tisdale 



Jeff Smith 
Jane Taylor 
Danny Walls 



Dena Southern 
Martin Taylor 
James Wharton 



Lee Stanton 
Robert Taylor 
David Williamson 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Randy Jones, Treas.; Joann Morgan, Sec.; George Armstrong, Pres.; Brenda 
Oakes, Historian; Danny Brown, Vice-Pres. 



Benjamin Allen 
Harold Anderson 
George Armstrong 
Archer Baskerville 





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Pierre Beck 
Glenn Blevins 
Linda Briggs 
Michael Bromley 



Earl Brown 
Wayne Brown 
Margaret Bull 
Thomas Burgess 





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182 




Charles Clark 
Stephen Cohen 
Everett Cox 
William Deans 



Roger Domby 
Donald Edmunds 
Randolph Eley 
Joseph Evans 



Thomas Evans 
Gail Fields 
Thomas Fitzgerald 
Thomas Flax 



Samuel Flory 
Thomas Fox 
William Garnett 
Kenneth Hall 



Leonard Harris 
Vivian Harris 
Charles Herndon 
Carolyn Hurt 



Robert Ingram 
Hal Johnson 
Francis Jones 
Paul Keene 



183 



Howard Kramer 
Judy Lifland 
Howard Linas 
Ruediger Luethy 



Howard AAacDonald 
Claude Magee 
Thomas AAajette 
Thomas AAathews 



Joanne Milan 
Dwight Miller 
Joann Morgan 
Richard Moss 



Hunter Murphey 
George Noe 
Brenda Oakes 
Joe Patrick 



Ron Perry 
John Plantz 
Milton Rose 
Joseph Russo 




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David Shanahan 




184 



.s-ir" 




Dean Warden 
Benny Wilkerson 
Donald Workman 



Pharmacy/ 69 



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Robert Simmer 
Dennis Stanley 
Richard Stansbury 
Joseph Suarez 



Robert latum 
LeRoy Taylor 
Jack Thomson 
William Tiffany 



Nancy Traynham 
Sonya Traylor 
Roy Trull 
Nancy Wade 




Left, right . . . right, oops 
or three-tenths? 



Was that six-tenths 



If I have to repeat one more organic lab! 



185 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Peter Gregores, Pres.; Ellie H Hunter, Historian; Terry Towler, Treas.; David 
Ringley, Vice-Pres. 



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Glen Abernathy 
Ronald Abernathy 
Clarence Bain, Jr. 
Ronald Bales 



Glen Cameron 
Charles Corder, Jr. 
Sharon Gauthier 
Peter Gregores 




186 








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Zane Grey 
Shelby Hilton, Jr. 
Ellie Hunter 
Stefan Kostyniuk 



Edward Kromer 
Jeffrey McDermott 
David Martell 
Joseph Martin 



Gerald AAinix 
Malcolm Pace 
Kelvin Parker 
Genie Richardson 




187 



David Ringley 
Linda Shouse 
James Thompson 
Terry Towler 



Charles Wall, III 
William Whitley, 
Elaine Woods 
Jesse Zedd 




Pharmacy/ 70 





Sure, we're studying our physics . . . that's an omega. 



Someone should tell her . . 




The Noble Prize for Chemistry goes to 





But I ordered it two years ago! 




Working for, and 




Well, if the answer was 'true' last year, we'll say it's 
'false' this year. 



Waiting for grades 



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It's Super Student! 




A game of bridge. 



Can we at least be friends? 





Let's see, it says here that gomisch means 



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School of Nursing 





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DR. DORIS B. YINGLING, Dean, School of Nursing 



194 




SCHOOL OF NURSING 
OFFICERS 

Left to right. Donna Burner, Sec.; 

Jay Holdren, Pres.; Martha 

Moody, Treas. 

SPONSORS 

Left to rigtit, Miss Mary Coulson 

and Miss Faith Hohloch 



STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION 
Left to rigtit, Judy Gills, Lois Caldwell, Marlene Roberts, Nancy Dawson, Peggy Winal 





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Senior Class Officers: left to right, Jarie Scoff, Pres.; Nancy Bitner, Vice-Pres.; Judy Bradsher, Treas.; Linda Coble, Sec. 



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FOUR YEARS AT AACV . . . Memories 



Misery Was . . . 
counting fruit flies . . . firedrills at 1:30 A.M. . . . 
blue uniforms . . . rabbit lab . . . losing your last 
dime in the Pepsi machine . . . spending two 
summers in Randolph-Minor . . . the MCN com- 
puter . . . getting up at 6:00 A.M. . . . eating on 
the meal plan ... a "C" plus ... a conscience 
when you're trying to oversleep . . . interactions 
. . . care plans ... a home visit in the cold, freez- 
ing rain . . . running out of typing paper at 3 
A.M. ... an empty mailbox . . . sitting in the dorm 
on a Saturday night . . . cleaning test tubes . . . 
lab practicals . . . essay exams . . . counting fats 
and carbohydrates . . . learning to give injections 
to each other . . . having a patient miss the bed- 
pan . . . evaluations ... a run in your last pair of 
white hose . . . having roaches in your room . . . 
being called a two year old! 



Happiness Was . . . 
finding a scrub dress that fit . . . Dr. Cribbs . . . 
the first day in the hospital ... a white uniform 
and cap . . . roasting on the roof . . . tray rides in 
the park .... sleeping . . . THE summer vacation 
... a letter . . . finding Pediatrics class . . . finish- 
ing a paper early . . . seeing a patient go home 
. . . getting out of class on time ... a care pack- 
age from home . . . enough dimes to do your 
wash . . . quarter breaks . . . not eating on the 
meal plan ... a phone call . . . having Fridays 
off . . . spending money ... a two hour labor for 
your MCN patient . . . gym class ... an elective 
. . . having someone the same size live on your 
floor ... a clean room ... a black band . . . being 
ahead in nursing quality points . . . "Locky" . . . 
getting back to the dorm at 1 :05 . . . our friends 
. . . getting our degrees . . . NURSING! 



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SUSAN HUGHES ALEXANDER 
Falmouth, Virginia 

House Council, 2, 3. 

JANET SUZANNE BARKER, R.N. 
Parkersburg, W. Virginia 
Associate Degree, MCV 

Dean's Advisory Committee, 4; Freshman 



MYRA LEWIS BEAM, R.N. 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Virginia 

NANCY B. BERGER 
Richmond, Virginia 
Lynchburg College 
Richmond Professional Institute 

Sigma Zeta; Alpha Sigma Chi, Secretary; Student 



Zeta; Alpha 
:il Representati 



Sigma 
e, 3, 4. 



NANCY JANE BITNER 
Richmond, Virginia 

Class Vice-President, 4; SNA Class Representative, 
2, 3; Synapse, 2; House Council, 1, 4; Parent's Day 
Committee Chairman, 2; X-Ray, 4. 

MARTHA CHISMAN BOOKER 
Hampton, Virginia 

SNA, 1; Student Activities Committee, 3; Tour 
Committee, 2; Social Committee, Co-Chairman, 3, 4, 



JUDITH ANNE BRADSHER 
Arlington, Virginia 

Class Treasurer, 4; SNA, 1, 2, 4; X-Ray, 4; Synapse, 2; 
Parent's Day Committee Chairman, 2; Glee Club, 4; 
Constitution Revision Committee, 3; Beacon Repre- 

MARTHA RHYNE BROWNE 
Cherryville, North Carolina 





JANET E. BROWNING 
Richmond, Virginia 

SNA, 1, 4; House Council 4; Glee Club, 
Athletic Council, 1. 

LOIS S. CALDWELL 

Fincastle, Virginia 

Bluefield Junior College, A.D. 

SNA, 2; Representative, 3, 4; BSU, 2, 3; 
Student Nurse, 3; X-Ray Staff, 3; Parent': 
Committee, 2; Christmas Project Chairma 



Day 



CAROL E. BUCKAAAN 
McLean, Virginia 

MCV Spring Musical, 2, 3; MCV Tour 
mittee, 2; X-Ray Staff, 1. 



MARY ELLEN CARNEY 
Newport News, Virginia 

House Council, 3; Glee Club, Librarian 3; Social 
Chairman, 4; Social Committee, 4; X-Ray Staff, 
4; Musical, 3; Parent's Day, 2. 



DONNA JEAN BURNER 
Hagerstown, Maryland 

Alpha Sigma Chi, 2, 3, 4; Sigma 
Zeta, 3, 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative, 1, 2; Chaplain, Student As- 
sociation, 3; Co-Chairman Interfaith 
Committee, 3, 4; Secretary, Student 
Association, 4. 

MARTHA LEE CLOE 
Fredericksburg, Virginia 

Glee Club, 4; SNA, 1, 4; BSU, 1, 2, 



And for our 5th coffee break . 



Seniors at last . . . need we say more? 






LINDA LEE COBLE 
Springfield, Virginia 

Secretary, MCV Student Council, 4; Secretary, Sr. 
Class, 4; MCV Student Council Representative, 4; 
SNA, 1, 4; Synapse, 2; X-Ray Staff, I, 2, 4; Visiting 
Lectures Series Committee, 2; Parent's Day 2- 
Musical, 3. 

ROBERTA HEDRICK COCHRANE 
Richmond, Virginia 



NATALIE ANN COLEMAN 
Blackstone, Virginia 

X-Ray Staff, 4; Synapse, 2; Honor Council, 1; Campus 
Vespers Choir, 1; Parents Day, Recording Secretary, 
2; House Council, 2, 3. 

NANCY JO DAWSON 
Falls Church, Virginia 

SNAV Representative, 4; SNAV, 1, 2, 3, 4; Parents 
Day, 2. 



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The Unfashionable 



The Fashionable 



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ANNETTE ELAM 
Bladenboro, North Carolina 
Limestone College 

X.Ray Staff, 1; BSU, 1; SNA 1, 2; Tour 



1, 2; Freshn 



1, 2; Mu 



al, 1, 2, 



CAROLYN SUE ETHERIDGE 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Class President, 3; Class Vice-President 2; BSU, 1, 2, 
3; BSU Program Chairman, 2; Parents Day, Chairman 
Sophomore Class Section, 2; Senior Breakfast Ccm- 



JUNE ALANE FAIDLEY 
Salisbury, Maryland 

Class President, 1; House President, 3; House Coun- 
cil, 2; Dean's Advisory Council, 2, 3; Student Coun- 
cil, 1, 3; Curriculum Committee, 4; Parents Day, 2. 

PHYLLIS ELIZABETH FUGATE 
Martinsville, Virginia 

X-Ray Staff, 3, 4; Glee Club, Librarian, 3; Musical, 
2, 3; Freshman Orientation, 4. 



JUDY LEE GOODRICH 
Wakefield, Virginia 
Madison College 

Secretary of Honor Council, 4; Treasurer of Class, 
3; SNAV, 4; Honor Code Revision Committee, 4; 
Senior Breakfast Committee, 3. 

RUTH ELLEN GORHAM 
Sandston, Virginia 

Vice-President Dorm, 3; Sigma Zeta, Glee Club, Sec- 
retary, 3, Treasurer, 4; Campus Vespers Choir, 
1, 2, 3. 



CAROLE ALICE HACK 
Bridgeton, New Jersey 

X-Ray Staff, 2, 3, Editor, 4; Alpha Sigma Chi; BSU, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Co-chairman Parents Day, 2; Class 
Historian, 1. 

LELIA DIANNE HAGOOD 
Clover, Virginia 
Bridgevi/ater College 

Class Historian, 3; BSU, President, 4, Vice-PresI- 





The "swingin" faculty combo. 



Fatigue . . . infectious, debilitating syndrome, endemic 
in the Senior Class. 



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JAMISON HOLDREN 

Richmond, Virginia 

College of William and Mary 

Alpha Sigma Chi; SA President, 4; SA Vice- 
President, 3; Student Council, 3, 4; Dean's 
Advisory Committee, 4; Musical, 3; MCV Stu- 
dent Council, 4; SNA, 4. 

MARY ORLENA LINDAMOOD 
Forest, Virginia 

House Council, 4; Campus Vesper's Choir, 1, 
2, 3; Glee Club, 4; X-Ray Staff, 4; SNA, 2, 4. 



JUDITH MARIE HOUSTON 
Durham, North Carolina 


WINIFRED ANN LANG 
Washington, D.C. 


SNA, 1; X-Ray Staff, 4; Synapse Copy Editor, 
2; Musical, 2. 


X-Ray, 4; Musical, 2, 3; Tour Commit 
tee, 3. 


CAROL JEAN LOVE 
Meadows of Dan, Virginia 


JOYCE ELAINE MILLER 
Winchester, Virginia 


Sigma Zeta; SNA, 1, 2; BSU, 1, 2; Campus Ves- 
per's Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 2; 
X-Ray Staff, 4; Visiting Scholars Committee, 
4; Academic Policy Committee, 4. 


House Council, 4; SNA Representative 
2; SNA, 1, 2. 






DIXIE LEE MOORE 
Roanoke, Virginia 

X-Ray Staff, Section Editor, 4; Athletic 
Chairman, 2; SNA, 1; House Coun- 
cil, 4. 

DIANA ROSE PETITT 
Hampton, Virginia 

BSU, 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU Mission Study 
Chairman, 2; BSU Program Chairman, 
3; House Council, 2; SNA, 3, 4. 



LETA PAIGE NOBLES 
Hopewell, Virginia 

X-Ray Staff, 4; House Council, 4; Parent's Day 



VERNA ANN PERRY 
Hertford, North Carolina 



Comn 



■tee, 2. 



ROSETTA MAY PHLEGAR 
Forest, Virginia 

House Council, 4; Glee Club 3, 4, Vice Presi- 
dent, 4; Athletic Representative, 3, 4, Secretary, 
4; Volleyball, 4. 



House Council, 
sical Co-Chairm 
4; Honor Code 


1, 2 

Rev 


; Honor Cc 
4; Curricu 
/ision Comi 


luncil, 3, 4; Mu- 
lum Committee, 
Tiittee, 4. 


RUTH ELLEN PLEET 
Baltimore, Maryland 






X-Ray Staff, 2, Section Editor, 
Chairman, 3; SA Social Cha 
Social Committee, 4; Senior 


4; Class 
irman, 4; 
Breakfast 


Social 
MCV 
Chair- 



Before Exams 



After Exams 



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REBECCA IRIS POOLE 
Lynchburg, Virginia 

SNA, 1; Parent's Day, 2; Musical, 2; Tour Commit- 
fee, 2; Freshman Orientation, 2, 3; Campus Vespers 
Choir, 1. 

NANCY JEAN REPASS 
Abingdon, Virginia 

SNA, 1; House Council, 1; Parent's Day, 2. 



PATRICIA JEANNE RICHARDSON 
Calverton, Virginia 

Sigma Zeta; X-Ray Staff, 2, Section Editor, 4; 
House Council, 3, 4; Senior Breakfast, 3. 

KAREN JO SCHNEIDER 
Waynesboro, Virginia 

House President, 4; Dean's Advisory Committee, 4; 
SNA, 1; Campus Vesper's Choir, 1, 3; Glee Club, 3, 
4; Synapse, 2; Parent's Day, 2; Musical, 2, 3. 



CYNTHIA JANE SCOTT 
Fair Bluff, North Carolina 

Class President, 4; Class Secretary, 3; House Coun- 
cil, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4. 

ELLEN JANINE SHERFY 
Bridgewater, Virginia 
Bridgewater College 

Class Vice-President, 3; House Council, 3; Dean's 
Advisory Committee, 4. 



EDITH LANE SMITH 
Lawrenceville, Virginia 

BEVERLY RAY STORR 
Portsmouth, Virginia 





KAREN ZOE STRICKLER 
Stephens City, Virginia 

SNA, 4; MCV Tour Committee, 4. 

PATRICIA YATES SYMONS 
Richmond, Virginia 

Musical, 2; House Council, 3. 



MARGARET ANN TERWEY 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Musical, 3, 4; Parent's Day, 3. 

ANN KASHNER THORN 
Richmond, Virginia 

Musical Co-chairman, 4; X-Ray Staff, I; Publicity 
Chairman, 3; Senior Breakfast, 3. 



JOY ANNETTE TURPIN 
Goode, Virginia 

A, D. Williams Award, 1, 3; Sigma Zeta; BSD, 1, 

2, 3; SNA, 1, 2; Campus Vesper's Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Visiting Lecturer's Committee, 4; House Council, 4; 
X-Ray Staff, 4. 

LINDA MARCIA VICKER 
Arlington, Virginia 

Hillel, I, 2, 3, 4, President, 2, Vice-President, 1; 
Musical, 3; SNA, 1, 2 4 State Talent Representa- 
tive, 1. 



ANNE LOUISE VORE 
Fairfax, Virginia 

Handbool< Committee, 3; X-Ray, 4. 

REBECCA SADLER WALKER 
Mechanlcsville, Virginia 

SNA, 1; House Council, 3; Musical, 3; Parent's 
Day, 3. 





BLAINE McCarthy 

WILLETT 
Arlington, Virginia 

asketball, 1; House Council, 2. 



ELIZABETH ANN WIMBERLY 

Arlington, Virginia 
Parent's Day, 2; Musical, 3; Freshman Orienta 
tion, 3; Glee Club, 4. 



GAIL IRENE WINE 
Manassas, Virginia 

SNA, 1, 4; X-Ray, 4; Class Historian, 4; Parent's 
Day, 2; Synapse, 2; Beacon, 3. 



Nursing in the hospital . 



in the community . 





in the future? 





JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Shirley Hillers, Sec.; Sally Galbreath, Vice-Pres.; Jo Gregg, Pres.; Sharon Tarpley, 



Treas. 



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Marcia Allerdice 
Catherine Babb 
Donna Ball 
Nancy Barlow 



Patsy Bateman 
Pamela Bergstrom 
Katharine Botts 
Mary Bower 



206 




Nancy Bowman 
Jean Boxley 
Donna Brantley 




Jane Bray 
Georgia Carbaugh 
Betty Carr 
Barbara Carwile 



Karia Churn 
Constance Clark 
Mildred Clark 
Joan Cordle 



Patricia Cotton 
Judy Crabill 
Patricia Curies 
Glenda Custis 



Carol Damerel 
Beverly Davis 
Sharon Dennis 
Nancy Ergenbright 



Cheryl Finnell 
Linda Fisher 
Betty Fletcher 
Sarah Galbreath 



207 



Kathleen Gault 
Mary Gaunt 
Anne Giberson 
Linda Goode 



Joanne Gregg 
Judy Haddock 
Karen Henderson 
Shirley Hillers 



Tana Hinson 
Brenda Hove 
Gail Johnson 
Kay Kibler 




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Nursing/ 68 



Nancy Kincaid 



/ 



"You 
Smith!' 



out now, Mrs. 



208 




\ 




Faye Kuhn 


Cathy Lester 


Susan Logan 


Kathy Mays 


Shirley Norris 


Brenda Lankford 


Carol Lewis 


AAary Martin 


Linda Miles 


Pat Overstreet 


Harriett Lazarus 


Pat Little 


Nancy McGhee 


Sally Noel 


Daphne Owen 




Nursing/ 68 








""^'^ i"wiii ' . .im ^ 


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Preview of the New Uniform. 



Preview of the New nurse without Uniform 



209 




Lynn Padgett 


Georgianna Price 


Eugenia Rockwell 


Carolyn Simpson 


Carol Spencer 


Carol Pendleton 


Harriett Repass 


Elaine Scott 


Linda Smith 


Linda Staffon 


Peggy Plonk 


Phyllis Roach 


Janet Sette 


Irene Spangler 


Janie Sterling 



Roach! . . . Where? 



The King's wine taster. 





210 




Pamela Stokes 
Butter Strother 
Mary Surkamer 



Sharon Tarpley 
Rose Tate 
Kathryn Taylor 



Eve Tucker 
Vivian Vance 
Susan Vann 



Nursing/ 68 



You mean you forgot your cotton slip? 



Koffee Klatch at the E.G.W. canteen. 





211 



Nursing / 69 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: leU to right, Betsy Hughes, Sec; Wendy White, Pres.; Ram Hardesty, Vice-Pres.; Harriett 
Walker, Treas. 



Marsha Amelang 
Gloria Anderson 
Peggy Anderson 
Rachel Bandy 




Betty Beckner 
Bonnie Berman 
Janie Bowersett 
Brenda Brace 



Patricia Clark 
Cathy Clarke 
Jean Clendenin 
Corky Crockett 



212 




Billie Hobart 
Helen Hoyle 
Beatrice Hughes 



Brenda Custard 
Marion Davis 
Dorothea Ellison 
Claire Franklin 



Barbara Glaspie 
Jo Ann Glass 
Helen Gordon 
Velvet Graham 



AAarlene Grubbs 
Barbara Hamstrom 
Pam Hardesty 
Judy Hardy 



Linda Haynes 
Linda Hermanson 
Catherine Hill 
Donna Hirsch 



The "art" of bed making. 



Washday is such fun! 





Lill Ingebretsen 
Sadie Irwin 
Linda James 
Valerie Johnson 



Sharon Jones 
Margaret Kennedy 
Brenda Levy 
Nancy Loar 



Vickie MacDonald 
Doris AAagee 
Dianne Mansur 
Jeannine Marks 



Donna Martin 
Anna McClaugherty 
Linda McLean 
Merry Meixner 



Nursing/ 69 




How to lift a patient with a cervical fracture. 




Girls . . . never use thumb! 



A 






Hot Line! The Mod look. 



Where's my bed? 




Carol Meyer 
Martha Mooney 
Carolyn Morris 
Marilyn Muller 



Patricia Murphy 
Barbara Nesbitt 
Evelyn Neuhut 
Susan Newton 



Kay Parish 
Marsha Penney 
Rana Pickett 
Anna Porterfield 



Pat Purcell 
Marlene Roberts 
Pamela Rogers 
Roberta Rosen 



215 




Diann Rowand 
Lois Rynaldo 
Carolyn Satterfield 
Gale Schools 



Patricia Sharpe 
Donna Shupe 
Elyse Silver 
June Simpson 



Anita Sluss 
Coleen Smith 
Marlene Smith 
Jean Spangler 



Shirley Spitler 
Sallie Strang 
Judy Strickland 
Mary Stuart 



Pat Thompson 
Martha Thomson 
Annette Toll 
Margaret Tucker 



Well, what are we looking for today, girls? 



Guess what we got today? 




Harriet Walker 
Sandra Ann Walton 
Alice Watson 
Judy Weaver 



Martha Welch 
Ann Wheeler 
Mildred White 
Wendy White 



Alice Whitmore 
Pat Wilber 
Carolyn Wolfe 
Barbara Woodland 




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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Linda Pearce, Vice-Pres.; Bennie Davis, Treas.; Eva Layne, Sec.; Wilsie Paulette, 
Pres. 



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Elaine Anderson 
Lois Barison 
Barbara Beck 
Patricia Belton 



Susan Berger 
Catherine Brown 
Janice Brown 
Paulette Bulifant 



Glenna Burgess 
Sharon Burke 
Susan Chadwell 
Pamela Chitwood 



218 





Dreaming about boy or biology? 



Brenda Foster 
Slnaron Fouike 
Ann Friel 




Laura Coates 
Florence Cowand 
Carolyn Cox 
Linda Cuphers 



Bennie Davis 
Elizabeth Davis 
Katherine Delk 
Julianne Dietmeir 



Barbara Dunn 
Pamela Estes 
Sharon Farley 
Valerie Fender 



Ann Fix 

Barbara Flanagan 
Cynthia Flowers 
Kathleen Flynn 



Sisters of Charity? 




219 



Jacqueline Giannini 
Judith Gills 
Mary Grove 
Carol Harvey 



Georgina Harvey 
Mary Hayes 
Mary Heasty 
Karen Hendricks 



Linda Hoag 
Betty Holland 
Carol Horst 
Diane Houston 



Wrong size 




Nursing! 10 




The line up 



220 





Elizabeth Moody 
Betty AAo'ore 



Brenda Jacobs 
Pamela Kavanaugh 
Alyce Kelly 
Diane Kelsey 



Constance Knapp 
Charlotte Lawson 
Eva Layne 
Barbara Limandri 



Jane Long 
Sandra Long 
Sharon Long 
Shirley Malkemes 



Judith Marsella 
Karen Maschke 
Joan Midkiff 
Sharon Mondy 



Legs elevated . . . innproves circulation 



Proper (?) study habits 





Theresa Morris 
Patricia AAurphy 
Betty AAusselwhite 
Andrea Nash 



Lynn Newton 
Mary Nininger 
Janet Nolan 
Elizabeth O'Daniel 



Evelyn Overman 
Rebecca Patterson 
Wilsie Paulette 
Linda Pearce 



Linda Pearson 
Carolyn Pierce 
Marijke Pieters 
Cynthia Pursley 



Mary Reid 
Susan Reinheimer 
Mary Seyler 
Ann Simpson 




Nursing/ 70 



222 




Brenda Smith 
Joan Smith 
Vicki Spruell 
Linda Stayton 



Barbara Stewart 
Isabell Stoi<es 
Susan Styles 
Linda Summerlin 



Anne Swavely 
Trudy Tappan 
Donna Thornton 
Marilyn Townes 



Marion Tynan 
Wanda Wagoner 
Kathleen Waldron 
Linda Wallace 



223 




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Mary Hughes Judy Zirkle, RN Frances Blakely, RN Ellen Field, RN Eileen Hagland, RN 

Kathleen Jenkins, RN Martha Jessee, RN Marian Johnson, RN Cheryl Whitesell, RN 



Registered Nurse Students 




The MacFarland girls gather around the piano. 



224 



Dorm Life 





Yes, I can be ready in five nninutes. 





Bedpans! 




Sure was a great party! 



To whom do you wisli to speal<? 



226 




Let me entertain you 




We're not two and a half, we're three! 





Love at first sight 




Chanakah rides again! 




r>>0 o 




I am not drunk! 



We try harder 



227 



Graduate School 




229 




DR. DANIEL T. WATTS, Dean, School of Graduate Studies 



230 




GRADUATE SCHOOL OFFICERS: left to right, Richard Allen, Vice-Pres.; Charlene Seibert, Sec.-Treas.; Bill Grigsby, Historian; 
Nabil Azzam, Pres. 



Graduate Studies 



Graduate students . . . beginning, we cannot 
see the end . . . we see only the reality . . . the 
here and now . . . and the dream . . . advanced 
education . . . now we contribute as well as learn 
. . . one student even invented a new branch of 
anatomy— Baboon-ology ... a close association 
with professors . . . many different schools . . . 
many subjects . . . independent research . . . 
teaching . . . seminars . . . capturing knowledge 
and making it part of us. 

Now we can afford to get married, have child- 
ren, and still eat, thanks to Dean Watts and the 
Graduate Council . . . Scholarships . . . Fellow- 
ships . . . Assistantships ... No tuition. 

Equal opportunity for all ... Will the Depart- 



ment of Pharmacology accept American-born grad- 
uate students next year? 

Ph.D.— three years, four years, five years . . . 
Do you think we can keep it under ten years? 

The big panic . . . thesis . . . "Do you think I 
can write a thesis in two months?" . . . Climax . . . 
Comprehensives . . . Twenty professors in a row 
... it pays to practice. 

Finished, no beginning . . . just beginning to 
reach into our own worlds of knowledge . . . ad- 
venturous . . . exciting ... a new discovery . . . 
teaching . . . inspiring others to discovery . . . 
... a part of the world of science ... a part of 
the world. 



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NABIL AMIN AZZAM 

Beirut, Lebanon 

American University of Beirut, B.S. 

Medical College of Virginia, M.S. 

Ph.D. Anatomy 

Thesis: Histochemistry of the incisures of 
Schmidt-Lanterman 

Student government president, 3; Class presi- 
dent, 2; Student council, 1. 



PATRICIA LONG DEMENTI 
Richmond, Virginia 
Westhampton College, B.S. 
M.S. Anatomy 

Thesis: Some hematological characteristics 
the nine-banded armadillo 



JOHN PAULBEDERKA, JR. 
Edenborn, Pennsylvania 
West Virginia University, 
B.S., M.S. 
Ph.D. Pharmacology 

Thesis: Synthesis, distribution, biotransforma- 
tion, and exertion of some 14C-labeled pyridi- 
nium compounds and pyridones 



ROBERT L. DUNCAN, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 
Randolph-Macon College, B.S. 
Ph.D. Pharmaceutical Chemistry 

Thesis: 7-Substituted-2-diatkyl aminomethytin- 
doles 



ARCHIE JAY BEEBE 
Chincoteaque, Virginia 
Medical College of Virginia, B.S. 
Ph.D. Pharmaceutical Chemistry 

Thesis: Potential anticholinergic compounds 
based on Ariens' dual receptor site theory 
Rho Chi; Alpha Sigma Chi; Sigma Zeta; Phi 
Delta Chi; Who's Who; Student Government 
Vice-President, President; Chairman, Honor 
Council; Interfaith Committee; Tour Commit- 
tee; Social Committee; Visiting Lecturers Com- 
mittee; X-Ray staff; Class president, secretary. 

WILLIAM M. FARRAR 
Birmingham, Alabama 
Samford University, B.S. 
M.S. Anatomy 

Thesis: Molecular evolution of Lactate dehydro- 
genase in telencephalon of Passer domestkus 



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ROBERT McCLELLAN GEORGE, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.A. 
M.S. Anatomy 

esis: The gross anatomy of the intrinsic back 
jscles of the baboon with reference to man 



CHAREEN GAILGRUBBS 
Richmond, Virginia 
Lynchburg College, B.S. 
M.S. Biology and Genetics 

Thesis: A /inlcage maf^ of the X chromosome of 
Drosophila tropicaiis 

Class historian, 1; Class sec.-tres., 2; X-Ray 
representative, 1, 2, 3. 



JAMES THOMAS INGRAM 
Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina 
University of North Carolina, B.S. 
M.S. Pharmacy 

Thesis: Mechanism of action of starch as 
tablet disintegrant 




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WILLIAM E. KEEFE 
Richmond, Virginia 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 

B.S., M.S. 
Ph.D. Bio-Physics 

Thesis: The direct determination of the cryital 
structure of 2-dminoethanebiosulphuric acid. 

SAMUEL VICTOR MOLINARY 
Saint Paul, Virginia 
University of Virginia, B.A. 
Ph.D. Biology and Genetics 

Thesis; Genetic transforn^ation of carbohydrate 
markers between human somatic cells in vitro 
Kappa Psi 



JOSEPH E. LEVASSEUR 
Richmond, Virginia 
Georgetown University, B.S. 
M.S. Physiology 



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surements of blood pressure, pulse, 
microvessels: a new piercing and 
assembly 



BRENDA D. PAYNE 
Richmond, Virginia 
Richmond Professional Institute, 

B.S. 
M.S., Pharmaceutical Chemistry 

Thesis: Molecular weight distribution of tryptic 
hydrolyzale of bovine plasma albumin 



ROGER JOHN MOORE McCARTER 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
University of The Witwatersrand, B.Sc, 
M.Sc. 
Ph.D. Physiology 

Thesis: Energetics of the contraction-relaxation 
cycle in frog s/ce/efa/ muscle 
Honor Council representative. 

CHARLENEANNSEIBERT 
Birmingham, Alabama 
Howard College, B.S. 
M.S. Anatomy 

Thesis: i.S.A. of plasma and other tissue 

specificities of the house sparrow. Passer do- 

mesticus 

School of Graduate Studies, Secretary-Treasurer 



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away! 




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WOW! I'm switching to Anatomy! 

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Richard Allen 
Donald Barnes 
Michael Bass 
Robert Best 



Martha Briggs 
Claude Bryant 
Jeanne Clabough 
Mohammad Dar 



Brian Dementi 
Karl Doetsch 
Michael Edwards 
Tsu Ching Fu 



Ragnit Geeraets 
William Grigsby 
Philip Hamrick 
Edith Hardie 



Patricia Holden 
Evelyn Jemison 
Samuel Jones 
Mildred Kaiser 



Lillian Kang 
Jo Young Kong 
Danny Michau 
George Miller 



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Thomas Murphy 
Charles O'Rear 
Gerry Drury 



Anna Radcliffe 
Robert Reisch 
Charles Sabiston, M.D. 
Natalie Sayre 



Thomas Smith 
William Smith 
Richard Stein 
Howard Weitsen 



Allen Wright 
Jim Wynn 
Stanley Yusko 
Odette Zacharia 




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Carolyn George, Athletic Representative 




STUDENT AMERICAN PHYSICAL THERAPY REPRESENTATIVES: Carolyn Rees, Senior; Marilyn Carter, Juni6r 



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CLASS OFFICERS: Routh Oafes, Vice-President; Bettyann Shuert, President; Dianne Thurber, Historian; Barbara Eavis, 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Physical Therapy/ 67 



"It will take a miracle," 

we were told, 
To turn us into 

"professional people" 
Ittookthat- 

and more— 
—all the conviction we were given by our teachers 
—all the knowledge we could get from our books 
—all the respect we received from our patients 
—all the encouragement we got from our friends 
—all the wisdom we could find in ourselves 
It took the happy times we had together 
—Singing songs to sharpen the duller hours 
—whirling in the pool— in the pool 
—lining up for uniform inspection 
—romping in the snow 



—picnics in the rain 

—performing as the "spinal cords" 

—coming back after a summer well spent 

—sharing our joy with the new class 

—washing cars— and diathermy machines 

—joining the dentists for neuro 

—making chaos Constitutional 

—graduating 

It took moments of silence— 
of thought— 
of wonder 

We were given a glimpse of life- 
enough to make us want more— 

And we were given the confidence to dare 
to seek it 



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SHIRLEY FAYE ATCHLEY 
Lambertville, New Jersey 
Rider College 

Honor Council, 4; X-Ray P.T. School Editor, 4; 
A.P.T.A., 3, 4 

BARBARA LOUISE EAVIS 
Winchester, Virginia 
Roanoke College 

Class Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Co-chairman, Commit- 
tee on Religious Activities, 4; A.P.T.A., 3, 4 



SARA ANN EMERSON 
Richmond, Virginia 
Hope College 

Visiting Lecturer Committee, 3; Student Council 
Representative, 3; A.P.T.A. Representative, 3; A.P.T.A. 
3, 4 

PATRICIA ANN FARBER 
Greenville, South Carolina 
Limestone College 

A.P.T.A., 3, 4 




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MARIE ANTOINETTE FOX 
Newport News, Virginia 
Mary Washington College 

Volleyball, 4; A.P.T.A., 3, 4 

CAROLYN MAY GEORGE 
Covington, Georgia 
Wesleyan College 

Social Committee, 4; Athletic Represenfati\ 
4; A.P.T.A., 3, 4 



SUZANNE GASKINS 
Richmond, Virginia 
Mary Washington College 

A.T.P.A., 3, 4 

BETTY BRYAN GILL 
Allendale, South Carolina 
Winthrop College 

ffi.C.V. Scoop Co-editor, 3; Editor, 4 




NANCY JANE GEBHARDT 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mary Washington College 

P.T. School Secretary-Treasurer, 4; A.P.T.A. 
Representative, 3; Social Committee, 4; A.P.T.A., 
3, 4 

BARBARA ANN GRANTHAM 
Smithfield, North Carolina 
Sullins College 

A.P.T.A. 




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DANIEL NORRIS HOOKER 
Danville, Virginia 
University of Richmond 

Athletic Representative, 3; Basketball, 3, 4; Volleyball 
3, 4; A.P.T.A., 3, 4 



SUZANNE JONES 
Newport News, Virginia 
Emory and Henry College 

A.P.T.A., 3, 4 



VICKI JEANNE KEETER 
Newport News, Virginia 
Christopher Newport College 

Volleyball, 4; A.P.T.A., 3, 4 



ROSLYN COHEN LEONARD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Temple University 

Hillel, 3, 4; A.P.T.A., 3, 4 



NANCY STEELE AAOSELEY 
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 
Guilford College 

Volleyball, 4; A.P.T.A., 3, 4 




ROUTH ELIZABETH OATES 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina 
University of North Carolina at 
Greensboro 

Class Vice President, 3, 4; A.P.T.A. 3, 4 



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LINDA ANN POWERS 


MARY-STUART DENT PRATT 


CAROLYN V. REES 


Franklin, Virginia 


Jacksonville, Florida 


Gainesville, Florida 


Mary Washington College 


St. Mary's Junior College 


Winthrop College 


A.P.T.A., 3, 4 


A.P.T.A., 3, 4 


Volleyball 4; A.P.T.A. Representative 4 
A.P.T.A., 3, 4 


PATRICIA ANN SAKAYAN 


GLORIA TOLSON SANDERS 


BARBARA LEE SHILLING 


Washington, D.C. 


Hubert, North Carolina 


Elkridge, Maryland 


University of North Carolina 


North Carolina Wesleyan 


Lynchburg College 


at Greensboro 


A.P.T.A., 3, 4 


Volleyball, 4; A.P.T.A., 3, 4 


A.P.T.A., 3, 4 







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Therapy/ 67 



246 





BETTYANN HYDE SHUERT 

Houston, Texas 

Sophie Newcomb College 

Class President, 3, 4 A.P.T.A., 3, 4 



DEBORAH TALBOT 
Redding, Connecticut 
Mary Washington College 

A.P.T.A., 3, 4 



EUGENIA SHULLER 
McAlester, Oklahoma 
Lindenwood College, B.S. 
Physical Education 

P.T. School President, 4 A.P.T. A. 3, 4 

AUDREY DIANNE THURBER 
Arlington, Virginia 
University of Victoria 

Class Historian, 3, 4 
A.P.T.A., 3, 4 



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Hilliard, Florida 
Montreat-Anderson 
A.P.T. A., 3, 4 

EDNA MAY WALTON 
Augusta, Georgia 
Augusta College, 
University of Georgia 

Student Committee on Religious Activitie 
A.P.T.A., 3, 4 




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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS, left /o right, Susan Blanchard, Dianna Lovelace, Jane Ratcliff, Judy Miller. 

Physical Therapy/ 68 



Cathy Bjorkback 
Marilyn Carter 



Susan Blanchard 
Marty Darrell 



Linda Jayne Bolam 
Doni Durham 



Carolee Butts 
Joan Edwards 



Susan Cantrell 
Bobby Fine 




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Sherry Gutzler 


Kathy Knapp 


James Little 


Diana Loveless 


Ellen McDougal 


Linda AAcKeel 


Judy Miller 


Nora Miller 


Nancye Minton 


Sandy Mitchell 


Sue Payne 


Carolyn Pollack 


Jane Ratcliff 


Heather Tinney 






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Happy Birthday to you . . . 






Clean hands, my jobi 




Only 51,720 more cars and we're off to Miami 





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Did you say ab or adnduction, Mr. Jones? 



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DR. GEORGE P. VENNART, Director, School of Medical Technology 



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CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, Liz Cline, Sec; Paige Mitchell, Vice-Pres.; Cheryl Gary, Pres.; Darlene Medley, Treas. 



Medical Technology 



We arrived in September full of apprehension 
and expectation . . . moving into the top floor 
of an old dormitory . . . feeling conspicuous in 
our v^hite uniforms and shoes . . . giving up lux- 
uries of earrings, headbands, and jewelry . . . 
being told, "you are professional." 

New routine and period of adjustment . . . and 
8:00-4:30 day . . . soon became accustomed to 
new ways . . . acquiring twenty new friends . . . 
settling down to the business of becoming Medi- 
cal Technologists . . . finding satisfaction and en- 
joyment in patient contacts . . . feeling like we 
were doing something at last . . . shouldering re- 
sponsibility and beginning to realize the impor- 
tance of our work. 

But all was not work ... we enjoyed . . . taking 
the children from the Rheumatic Fever ward to the 



Christmas toy parade . . . interminable bridge 
games . . . busy weekends. 

In lab, we waited in line for pipettes and rea- 
gents ... we learned that Medical Technology is 
a vital part of diagnosis and therapy . . . that ac- 
curacy is essential ... we developed eyestrain by 
peering through microscopes for hours on end . . . 
but we learned what to look for . . . how to identi- 
fy what we saw . . . there were innumerable blood 
counts . . . practicing sticking each other . . . cross- 
matching blood . . . practicing chemistry tests . . . 
putting in seven and one-half hours everyday . . . 
learning to appreciate a ten-minute break for a 
quick hand of bridge. 

We look fonA'ard to graduation . . . our clinical 
experience ... the Registry exam ... the begin- 
ning ... of our careers in our chosen profession. 



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SUE H. ARMENTROUT 
Tazewell, Virginia 
Radford College 

Athletic Council; Volleyball; Bowling. 

YVONNE M. BALDUCCI 
Richmond, Virginia 
Longwood College 
Richmond Professional Institute 





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JOYCE ANN BRATTON 

Chester, Virginia 

Richmond Professional Institute 

ELIZABETH W. CLINE 

Falmouth, Virginia 

Mary Washington College, B.S. 

Class Secretary; Visiting Lecturers' Committee. 



NANCY ROBERTA CROOKE 
Hampton, Virginia 
Longv/ood College 

Volleyball. 

ANN MARIE DALBY 

Salem, Virginia 

Mary Washington College 



LINDA JANE DAVIS 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mary Washington College 

SHIRLEY MAE FRITTER 
Shacklefords, Virginia 
Longwood College 






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CHERYL ELLSWORTH GARY 
Richmond, Virginia 
Madison College 

Class President; Student CounciL 

BETTY EUGENIA GILLEY 
Martinsville, Virginia 
Longwood College 



JO ANN GUTHRIE 
Johnson City, Tennessee 
Emory and Henry, B.S. 

Honor Council Representative. 

MARY ALICE HARRELL 
Wilmington, Delaware 
University of Delaware 



ANNE FERRELL HATFIELD 
Richmond, Virginia 
Longwood College, B.A. 

CLARKE TURNER HOLLAND 
Roanoke, Virginia 
Longwood College 



VICKI CAROLINE JONES 
St. Paul, Virginia 
Radford College 

Volleyball. 

RUTH ELAINE KLEMMSEN 
Ellicott City, Maryland 
Longwood College 



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LISA VIRGINIA MARTIN 

Chesapeake, Virginia 

Mary Washington College, B.S. 

DARLENE CAROL MEDLEY 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mary Washington College 

Class Treasurer. 



PAIGE LOIS MITCHELL 
McKenney, Virginia 
Longwood College, B.S. 

Class Vice-President. 

JANET LOUISE O'KENNON 
Colonial Heights, Virginia 
Mary Washington College, B.S. 




Medical Technology/ 67 



MARGARET LYNNE OWEN 
Paces, Virginia 
Longwood College 



JUDITH CAROLYN PETERA 
Richmond, Virginia 
Madison College 

Class Historian; Volleyball; Bowling. 



BETTY LOU RAWLS 
Oxford, North Carolina 
University of North Carolina 

Volleyball. 




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Grab that 15-minute break . . . whenever you can! 




Remember . . . pipette 0.5 ml. in one minute while 
rotating the flask . . . seven times per second. 



Strive for accuracy . . . strive for precision. 



HELEN CAROLYN STONE 
South Hill, Virginia 
Long wood College 



ALLENE VALDORIS WATKINS 
Woodleaf, North Carolina 
Livingstone College, B.S. 



JUDITH ANN YOUNGBLOOD 
Richmond, Virginia 
Longwood College 
Richmond Professional Institute 




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DR. CHARLES P. CARDWELL, Acting Director, School of Hospital Administration 



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OFFICERS, Class of 1967: John Mark- 
ham, Pres.; not pictured, Gerald Lan- 
dis, Vice-pres.; Tom Clark, Sec.-Treas. 



Hospital Administration 1 61 



From varied backgrounds . . . some leaving an 
old career . . . starting a new one . . . our back- 
grounds . . . Peace Corps . . . Medical Technology 
. . . Pharmacy . . . Accounting . . . Philosophy . . 
. the "sweet bloom of youth" . . . some, more ex- 
perienced. 

Mr. Hudgins . . . our director . . . "Each ad- 
ministrator must ultimately find his own answers" 
. . . never become indebted . . . the Duchess 
Treatment ... a man of ethics ... a professional 
practicing his beliefs. 

Dr. Cardwell . . . now our acting director . . . 
a well-known lecturer ... a man well-versed in 
his field . . . knowledgable in many fields . . . 
another professional. 

Dr. Rooke . . . "lay groundwork for adaptive 
behavior" . . . "the prevention means more than 
the cure" ... a brilliant woman . . . teaching us 
compassion and understanding. 

Classes ... so many different classes . . . Hos- 
pital Accounting ... if it had lasted longer, every- 



one would have left . . . Psychology of Rehabili- 
tation ... we all left feeling a little disabled . . . 
Personnel Management . . . you'd never guess 
how much we know about the history . . . Law 
. . . suicides, murders, bloody pictures . . . field 
trips . . . Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center 
... we lost a few at Westbrook . . . "The fempty 
Rocking Chair" ... "I am going to show you how 
not to give a report" . . . "You have done this for 
two weeks" ... All this ... we become a close- 
knit school. 

At last . . . Residency . . . what we came here 
to do ... adjust the hospital to the needs of the 
patient, the doctor, the nurse, the family ... re- 
member your aspirations . . . one and a half park- 
ing places per patient bed . . . many facets . . . 
a challenging field . . . much to learn, much to 
teach ourselves . . . theses . . . oral exams . . . 
Graduation . . . no. Commencement . . . we 
aspire toward professionalism . . . Re% ipsa loqui- 
tur 



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THOMAS ROLAND CLARKE 

Jarratt, Virginia 

University of Richmond, B.S. 

Residency: Johns-Hopkins Hospital 
Class Secretary-Treasurer; Basketball. 

SHERWOOD G. COVILL 
Pittsburg, New Hampshire 
Richmond Professional Institute, B.S. 

Residency: Washington Hospital 



JIM LEE FARLEY 
Huntington, West Virginia 
Marshall University, B.A. 

Residency: Riverside Hospital 

Class Officer; Basketball; Softball; Volleyball. 

GRAHAM FISHER HENDLEY 
Tampa, Florida 

University of South Carolina, B.S. 
Medical College of Virginia, B.S. 

Residency: University of Virginia Hospital 



STEPHEN PAUL KRALIK 
Pueblo, Colorado 
Creighton University, B.S. 

Residency: Norfolk General Hospital 

GERALD WILLIAM LANDIS 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.A. 

Residency: Richmond Memorial Hospital 
Class Vice-President, 2. 



WILBUR M. LOVING, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 
Randolph-Macon College, B.S. 

Residency: Veteran's Administration Hospital; Rich- 
mond Eye Hospital. 

JOHN STEWART AAARKHAM 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 

Residency: Veteran's Administration Hospital; Rich- 
mond Eye Hospital 

School of Hospital Administration Vice-President, 1, 
President, 2; Basketball. 



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RICHARD LEE MORRIS 
Arlington, Virginia 
Randolph-Macon College, B.A. 

Residency: Arlington Hospital 

JAMES EDWARD NEAL 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 
University of Louisville, B.S. 

Residency: Norfolk General Hospital 



ARCHER RIDDICK ROSE 
Stony Creek, Virginia 
Randolph-Macon College, B.A. 

Residency: Petersburg General Hospital 
Athletic Council; Basketball; Softball. 

CHARLES PADDOCK STORRS, JR. 
Wetunnpka, Alabama 
Birmingham-Southern College, B.A. 

Residency: University of Virginia Hospital 



MARVIN KENT STRUM 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Mississippi College, B.A. 

Residency: Saint Luke's Hospital 
Honor Council. 

JOHN RAYMOND WATSON 

Mathis, Texas 

Texas A and I, B.S., M.S. 

Residency: Wilford Hall, USAF Hospital 
Class president, 1. 



DONALD MORRIS WECHSLER 

Marion, Virginia 

Emory and Henry College, B.A. 

Residency: Winchester Memorial Hospital 
Basketball; Softball. 

GEORGE BENSON WERTHAN 
Palmerton, Pennsylvania 
Washington and Lee University, B.S. 

Residency: Veterans Administration Hospital 
Student Council, 2. 



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OFFICERS, CLASS OF 1968: left to right, Tom Bingham, Pres.; Bill Shepherd, Vice-pres; Ray Board, Sec.-Treas. 



Hospital Administration/ 68 



Ross Ackerman 
Ernest Bacon 
Robert Beck 
Raymond Board 



Iven Bryant 
George Caley 
Elbert Detwiler 
Victor Esch 



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Felix Fraraccio 

Sister Veronica Garrigan 

Ralph Garver 

Rick Gilsfrap 



Merrill Grubbs 
Priscilla Hegel 
Philip Lakernick 
Elwin O'Steen 



Michael Roberts 
Bill Sheppard 
Gerald Smith 
Joe White 





I think they took the same 
psychology course 



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Number one son 
does it this way 






You can laugh, but I still think hospitals are for patients 



"Professionalism?" 



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One empty rocking chair 





You study— I'll pray 



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Radiological Technology 




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THE GROUP 



Profile of a Beginning 



A new beginning . . . eight students . . . three 
year course . . . associate in science degree . . . 
altogether new X-ray program ... in conjunction 
with R. P. I. . . . four classes . . . five days a week 
. . . Anatomy . . . English . . . Math . . . Psychology 
. . .' Sociology . . . back and forth, back and forth 
. . . through snow, rain, and hail . . . never fail- 
well, almost never . . . one class at AA. C. V. . . . 
awful elevator ride . . . eighteenth floor of AA. C. V. 
hospital . . . from there to fifth floor ... to sixth 
floor ... to Randolph AAinor . . . then to "who 
knows where next" . . . Radiography . . . tubes 
. . . electricity . . . radiation. 



Summer session . . . floor work . . . observation 
. . . eight hours a day . . . two months . . . vacation? 
. . . September . . . emergency room . . . classes 
resume . . . one at R.P.I. ... the rest at AA.C.V. 
. . . work and study . . . long hours . . . little leisure 
time . . . learning, learning, learning. 

Third year ... no classes . . . work under observa- 
tion . . . 1969 ... at last . . . first graduating class 
. . . School of Radiologic Technology . . . eight— 
1966 . . . 9-1969 . . . rough work ... a lot of 
work . . . worth it? . . . Supervisors . . . teachers 
. . . top-notch technicians. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: left to right, SyTvia Washington, president; Frances Martin, treasurer; Patsy Cooper, secretary. 



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PATRICIA P. ALLEY 

President, School of Radiological Technology 




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Patricia Alley 
Patsy Cooper 



Linda Cross 
Raymond James 



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Wayne White 




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A cknowledgements 

The Editor wishes to express her deepest appreciation to: 
The tireless photography staff: 

Bob Alperm 
Linda Cohen 
O.B. Hash 
Philip Lakemick 
Harold Weiler 

The pro-photographers 

John Cametas 
Ted Part low 

And all students who submitted snapshots 

A special word of thanks to: 

Lester Peterson and Don Delfalco-Taylor Representatives 
Bob Alperin-my fellow coworker and initiator 
Ann Coleman-for her assistance in times of stress 
Betty Morrow-for her support and good taste 

Another big "thanks" to all X-Ray Editors representatives, 
and volunteers-for their efforts and 
dedication to the cause. 



Explanations 



Page 33 is the sole creation of Panacea 

The staff regrets the mix-up with the mug 
shots-we attribute this, to technical difficulties 

Please forgive all mispelled names, unflattering 

pictures or. other errors involving one's self identity. 

Sincerely, 
The Editor 




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RICHMOND 

COLLEGE HOSPITALS 



MCV HOSPITAL WEST 
MCV HOSPITAL SOUTH 



MCV HOSPITAL EAST 
MCV HOSPITAL NORTH 




MCV HOSPITALS 

D. Williams Memorial Clinic 
Outpatient Department 



CHARLES P. CARDWELL, JR. 

Vice President and Director, 

College Hospitals 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

A 
FRIEND 



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GRACE HOSPITAL 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 




OFFICERS 

A. L Herring, Jr., M.D., President 

W. F. Bryce, M.D., Vice-President 

T. B. Washington, M.D., Secretary 

B. L Randolph, M.D., Treasurer 



Administrator 
D. N. PACE 



Director of Nursing Education 
MISS ADA MAE BOOKMAN 



Our school offers many advantages to those who wish to enter the 
nursing profession. Complete information furnished upon request. 



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STUART CIRCLE HOSPITAL 



413-2! Stuart Circle 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



Medicine: 

MANFRED CALL IN, M.D. 

ALEXANDER G. BROWN, III, M.D. 

JOHN D. CALL, M.D. 

WYNDHAM B. BLANTON, JR., M.D. 

FRANK M. BLANTON, M.D. 

WILLIAM W. MARTIN, JR., M.D. 
Surgery: 

A. STEPHENS GRAHAM, M.D. 

CHARLES R. ROBINS, JR., M.D. 

CARRINGTON WILLIAMS, M.D. 

RICHARD A. MICHAUX, M.D. 

CARRINGTON WILLIAMS, JR., M.D. 

ARMSTEAD M. WILLIAMS, M.D. 
Plastic Surgery: 

HUNTER S. JACKSON, M.D. 
Obstetrics and Gynecology: 

WM. DURWOOD SUGGS, M.D. 

SPOTWOOD ROBINS, M.D. 

DAVID C. FORREST, M.D. 

JOSEPH C. PARKER, M.D. 

WILLIAM M. OPPENHIMER, M.D. 
Pediatrics: 

EDWARD G. DAVIS, JR., M.D. 

THOMAS P. OVERTON, M.D. 

ALBERT S. THOMPSON, JR., M.D. 

EDWARD J. WILEY, M.D. 



Orthopedics: 

BEVERLEY B. CLARY, M.D. 

JAMES B. DALTON, JR., M.D. 

FRANKLIN P. WATKINS, M.D. 
Urology: 

FRANK POLE, M.D. 

HARRY S. ROWLAND, JR., M.D. 
Roentgenology and Radiology: 

HUNTER B. FRISCHKORN, JR., M.D. 

WILLIAM C. BARR, M.D. 

JAMES W. PROFFITT, M.D. 
Anesthesiologists: 

HETH OWEN, JR., M.D. 

WILLIAM B. MONCURE, M.D. 
Ear, Nose and Throat: 

J. WARREN MONTAGUE, M.D. 
Oral Surgery: 

GUY R. HARRISON, D.D.S. 
Pathology: 

JAMES B. ROBERTS, M.D. 
Physical Therapy: 

JACQUELYN F. PEARMAN, R.P.T. 
Director: 

CHARLES C. HOUGH 



NORTH AMERICA ASSURANCE SOCIETY 
OF VIRGINIA, INC. 



Low Rate Student Life Insurance 

Life, Non-Cancellable Accident 

Sickness and Hospitalization — Surgical Insurance 

Group Consultants 



An Old Line Legal Reserve Life Insurance Company 
HOME OFFICE — RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



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83 OFFICES IN 29 COMMUNITIES 




UNITED VIRGINIA BANKSHARES 
IF YOU PLAN TO PRACTICE IN VIRGINIA — 
A UNITED VIRGINIA BANK CAN HELP GET 
YOU STARTED! 



CITIZENS AND MARINE BANK 

Newport News, Hampton, York County 

FIRST AND CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 

Alexandria, Arlington. Springfield 

FIRST NATIONAL TRUST 
AND SAVINGS BANK 

Lynchburg 

PENINSULA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 

Williamsburg, James City and York Counties 

ROCKBRIDGE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 

Lexington 

SEABOARD CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 

Norfolk, Ctiesapeake, Virginia Beach, 
Suffolk, Holland, Franklin 

SPOTSWOOD BANK 

Harrisonburg 

STATE-PLANTERS BANK 
OF COMMERCE AND TRUSTS 

Richmond, Petersburg, Hopewell, Mechanicsville, 
Hanover. Doswfell, Beaverdam 

THE VIENNA TRUST COMPANY 

Vienna, f^cLean. Tysons Corner, 
Reston, Great Falls 




Compliments of 

THE CAMPUS ROOM RESTAURANT 



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Compliment's 
of 



JOHNSTON-WILLIS HOSPITAL 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



265 BEDS 

MEDICAL. SURGICAL, OBSTETRICAL AND PEDIATRIC 

DEPARTMENTS 

Accredited Training School for Nurses 
Approved Rotating Internship and Residency in Surgery 



Compliments of 

HARRIS-WILLIAMS DENTAL LABORATORY, INC. 




Complete and Modern Laboratory Service ^ 



tICHNIQUI 



BDBBiaid 

407 Lee Medical BIdg. Phone EL 9-4697 

1805 MOUMENT AVE. RICHMOND 20, VA. 




TABB-BROCKENBROUGH AND RAGLAND 

1112 East Main Street Phone:644-3043 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 

COMPLETE INSURANCE FACILITIES 



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OWENS, MINOR 

AND 
BODEKER, INC. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

WHOLESALE DRUGGIST 

Serving Drug Stores 

and Hospitals of Virginia 

and North Carolina Since 1882 



RICHMOND EYE HOSPITAL 



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RICHMOND EAR, NOSE AND 
THROAT HOSPITAL 

An independent, non-profit community hospital dedi- 
cated to the prevention and cure of eye, ear, nose 
and throat diseases and disorders. 




ELECTRICITY: 

MUSCLE OF INDUSTRY 

Behind the great industrial might 
of America stands a "giant workman" 
— electric energy. It would require 
the muscle energy of 70 men working 
40 hours a week for one whole year 
to equal 10,000 kilowatt hours of 
electricity — less than the average 
annual consumption of two Vepco 
residential customers. Yes, electricity 
is the "muscle" behind our power 
and prosperity 




VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY 

RICHMOND, VIRGINrA 



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RICHMOND 

PETERSBURG— CHARLOHESVILLE 

NEWPORT NEWS— WAYNESBORO 

and 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



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40th Annual 

CELEBRITY SERIES 

The World's Best 

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAS. OPERA. 
BALLET & SOLO ARTISTS 



Compliments Of 

POWERS & ANDERSON DENTAL COMPANY, INCORPORATED 

1519 Chamberlayne Avenue 
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA TEL. 648-4453 

Branch Offices in 

ARLINGTON— ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 

CHARLOTTE— RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

THE L D. CAULK COMPANY OF VIRGINIA 

(Formerly Harris Dental Company) 

RICHMOND NORFOLK ROANOKE SPRINGFIELD 

VIRGINIA 

Complete Service on Locations. Office Planning 

and Design is Available to All Dental Students 

on Request. 



Compliments Of 

A 

FRIEND 



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Compliments of 

RICHMOND MEMORIAL 
HOSPITAL 



Compliments 

RICHMOND SURGICAL 
SUPPLY COMPANY 



L G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

31 10 West Marshall Street 
Richmond, Virginia 23230 

Phone 358-6612 
CHARLES G. MOTLEY, Representative 

'Official Medical College Class Ring' 



Nurses — ^Technicians 
Hospitals — Physicians Coats 

JENESS-UNIFORM CENTER 

Professional Uniforms 
for Women and Men 



NORFOLK 
Medical Towers 

Phone 627-4783 



RICHMOND 
116 N. 7th St. 



NORFOLK 
401 Boush St. 



Phone Ml 4-2828 Phone MA 2-4231 



McGUIRE CLINIC 



Compliments Of 

WARD'S COMPANY, INC. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

WARD'S T.V. THE CAROUSEL 




ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 



1000 West Grace Street 



RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



Compliments of 

SKULL & BONES 
RESTAURANT 

400 North Twelfth Street 

RICHARD H. and EDWARD H. SHAIA 
Proprietors 



Milton 3-8656 Milton 3-0658 

THOMAS G. POWELL 



Orthopedic And 
Surgical Appliances 



414 W. Broad St. 
Richmond, Va. 



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Compliments of 

TUCKER HOSPITAL 

INCORPORATED 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 


643-0284 

"Your Clothes Stay Bright With Sunlight" 

SUNLIGHT 

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS, 

INC. 

1900 Chamberlayne Ave. 
Richmond 22, Va. 


GRANT DRUG 
COMPANY, INC. 

Prescriptions 

610 East Broad Street 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Phone Milton 3-1803 

OPEN ALL NIGHT 

"The Downtown Prescription Center" 


BAUSCH S. LOMB ^ 

Leaders In 

RESEARCH— ENGINEERING— MANUFACTURING 

OPHTHALMIC, ELECTRONIC AND SCIENTIFIC 

INSTRUMENTS. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE 

PLANNING AND PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 

REGIONAL HEADQUARTERS 

307 East Franklin Street 
Richmond, Virginia 23219 


Independent, 
^^^^^^^^^^^W Locally Owned 

W-Je.^ VIRGINIA 
m^g DAIRY 

^^^ ^^V 1920 
^^^^BB^W^y The Home of 
DAIRY Better Milk 
Bk'^i^i!o/(B(ff(r(aM/^ Richmond, Virginia 

355-2838 


Compliments of 

ST. ELIZABETH'S 
HOSPITAL 

RICHMOND, VA. 


SOUTHERN MEDICAL 
SUPPLY CO. INC. 

1908 North Hamilton Avenue 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Phone 355-0611 

Everything From One Source 


STROTHER DRUG CO. 

Wholesale Druggist 

LYNCHBURG, VA. 

1117 Jefferson St. 

RICHMOND, VA. 
3700 Saunders Ave. 

Let Him Serve You Most 
Who Serves You Best. 



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Compliments of 


Compliments of 


THE FLAME SANDWICH SHOP 


MUSE BUICK 


1102 Broad Street 


South of the James 


RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 




Compliments Of 


Compliments Of 


SOUTHSIDE DODGE, INC. 


MARTIN CHEVROLET SALES CORP. 


232 E. Belt Blvd. Dial 232-2327 


214 Cowardin Ave. 
Richmond, Virginia 


Dine & Dance Open Daily 1 1 a.m. — 




12 p.m. 




THE SHEIK '"^P' ''°"'^^ 


Compliments Of 


Staples Mill Road— 1 Block Off Broad St. 


MOOERS MOTOR CAR CO., INC, 


GEORGE RAFEY ''^°"' "5"'"°'' 
Owner Richmond, Va. 






Compliments Of 






MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 






2nd and Franklin Street 






Richmond, Virginia 






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